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Creston Review Nov 7, 1924

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 -"���������*-'"  -s-^v  -^XXX-:  *."  .���������:������-���������'  ���������s>  ,JVi  'O'Pi-ieiol  *PI as  Vol. 3tVI.  CRESTON; B<|Q^"  '* - .-a.".   ,���������"!  .sp^R-^  $������$#  .__  Birth���������On November  5th,   to   Mr*  and Mrs. Gerald Tin-mous, a daughter.  ������ -  Frank CeEBi wa������a passenger east on  Monday for "New York  state points;  and wiH attend-the   wedding   of" hie  sister before returning next month.  .  Mrs, Beam, who ha- been on an  extended visit with, her son in Qvejpm;  -arrived borne _the latter.; - part, "of  O*'fco������bss*. ... -     "*���������*  Creston ������rowers, E-tnaited, packing  shed dosed for the season on TnesdaSr  off last week.  The employees .of *the *"������-Eel������������_M������e-  packing shed, who will iss- through;  this" wee!*, and _ _are   -winding   up   the  and^axe  seaso?_--wifch & dance to night, to wh.**2b  all are  incited*   "Ladies^ free,   gei^|ji*w  men$1. i*&a_*cingat nine.    ">,r.f ^ZZ:  Henry Cheater,   who   has   bee^pyln  charge of the   C.P.B,   depot -������*  agent Buztdy was  off work,   left  Cranbrook on Wednesday^ and . it.-'is:  again business as   usual  at  the-yold-  et&ud. - - ^      iZkAZ;  Pt-tnain, Palmer & Staple haye  booked another good-st&ed tie ^iitt'i-Ct  witli 4*4beC.P.R., and wiii W-a^feteg;  tip their null again tg the '_GoA^_^ye"t*; >  crossing before tfcve end o^jthVinontb  Mrs. Craigie, _ind Htiu. Crai'gie,:-.fr.  Were ������^RtnlrSm*0������n^ "wiSltSEro  early this weeka;,  '     "'���������:'-.:": ���������'"X:yksxk^:-  7%--2>"  tor the halloween high -jinks arranged  by Hisses Snow and "Wulsb, teachers  at the Wynndel school, - The affair  was quite free and easy, with Jfoe  Wig-fen directing matters. With games  for - the children and fregtt-���������&  scrambles of candies and nut������_gurit*tg  in^-.the programme, as well -as-a  chamber of Jaorrois, arranged by the  teachers and from^all accounts was all  that its name implies. About two  d$gzen a-jf the children took .part "m the  fancy dress parade and on the who?������  the costumes were so uniformly go**d  .tbat.it seemed too had there were not  -more pi-bses* Available. First prizes for  bbys-s-nd girls were carried off" by  Hfupurtw w ObiprjM Jjfctje 3������y Blue- and  iena Benadetti do So Peep. "The beet  cnaoic was Percy Cocl&k, whose jack  o*".hmtei_ .-painiokln-_fe������i$p_ee������������,.- was the  i_ii������_. i:"i-i*-_r_.i.'-' ���������J^"-'~:~'-wiXj^<'^X ���������;. iv--* w-"---.--:-:.;;--V������---.^^  "hitrof :tihe.":eY.s������-"w|j,;..'jT-As, a- - .utile -:.; '���������OVf^SSMf^^SSSS^i:  ^ShiM-t??r; was:'. a wardedv" :ii  Cr estops'School  &.  ,^*S-*������  Division i;^*^*#pnesi;  Highest_^tndihf. tiiacie VIKr^Mwfc  MarfcinY.^e-wii������J%^  Cmiiink-   ^O^MiW^i1kmMm^^kl)$ay  Donald,   Wiilwiiitg-jJIamM^"'. IJa^s^hy  " _*"erfei$.-*i"--"'-"^  Atafe.._ESen*[i-������n^_^  Staplt-8,Ii'isTHyIor, Philip 'Varii-J^fc-y!  __Vtnur;i8pi^i!w.y-;'.'  77 7-7 ���������.';:: 7:7.-^7 v';77  Dorothy - "<-_&������������  Arthur, Obulin^  Jessie.   -rtaMrni*****.  Richardttandaliy  pn������;*^j_U:  "Tasraaan."!  ti-   iJB-^ev  ?ercy  SOBt>  "Cni-������sid"l-r-V.^Mise^ : ;[;f7!  ���������7"iHtghe-it standing.* Grade II., Junior  r^Ine-*y-Sn__thiyCliffo^  Iit^Sen^i^-.yiyiahne; k JBlcKW-i-;: ^Holj*?--:  Jhhhsoh.'������������������;, :^i-ade: IA Junior' A-V^^nb^tt-  ;eli;JGfeftii:._^di������^.^  ^*;:*_fehlile^^Fi-Sd^Be-^ ^B|i:s;:  ctv- ������������������y;a*ttt������ndancair^i^S'; '-'Bay.?^  Freda; Beaze**, OU-r "Etentley, Lncite  i^ivis^ Margaret Henderson. Uo*/d  " -ilire^i-iBiha''--'Hvffl  '_^ooii������i-,Ihes_.*.'-i Ssnitb, -, ;:_Se^*9rf.'i3An-a_Sai.  *|i_������;;?i!J|?e!^".;--���������Si)_^^  ' Johh8on.7"'77:y.'"-'-:---.'y ��������� AAx-c AmAaA x:rk ..v.  il -;*ffip8a-ar^^StoiM_-it :  ���������0������erf������r.::A!^^ : yisitoi^sr'  here fest week, gitests of Mi. a?������_ M~3.  on,  Matt.  YE  ^K^y-*-si^-^e|Se'"';;M������hnie 7-������ii*l:  ;Sfoi_^ttB^-Ii^iK^;- as^Dfirby': and^oan.-;  A splendid .supper -was served  during  t^5*a^������s||ng:i^d:-.:th4- :whiM������":?as?Mr:^as  "em<wed;.:;.by. Wll':'rwiit^ilh���������>"  " '^^^-^tio^-oi^-I-l.1������, YJ<8fe^y*^r8i  ;*'-_hd":5Mi-*inm|a^  I������������P^/';;Bua^-^  of the costume  d-sy^:  Mr. and Mrs. Mm* M ahdy^^%i������*^������l5 i������> '*b������ hew h<u������se en  K.ff*r.*i.a������ ^aaj.:*^_������.__��������������������� - Wi^>a^_k-th^av: Smlt-i*������ranch for the oast f  '"~^?^P���������I1P:?^������^1^?  .-^���������- ������������������- -���������  mm  /.the:  (&���������������������������  :.;.^Mi_.yrJisTSsftus'SIow^'as  U*;-ja,ii������iaj|.-:t.|jJ*i  s ,^_s*s_a__5_%_i___ffi^i^^'_������^"-.,������_- ���������.  ���������"'~">'1"'""- '"'''l^lM^l^li^^B^iC-^  'e*e_i;7fl_e.  ���������   is*  tio,"   Saaag-i- "a  mraalpjifen'tr"  Aelta  Hazel  Divisioi" 11.-^ __  Itaurar" JIo-iiaaieK^^Ty i*^*|������id^_j.jj':  Juilliat- Tsevelyain.;^? h^tmi!������$Mgh$  ���������   ~ ^ ... .--^...^ i^iiii11'gia:-:_feH5f.l*������y  M&������'Vt*s������g0kxtt^  i*|!?-J':  P-yii^*;^.'llet-3r  tt.; Dt������n> Sjprafl^,  Arthi-^^BS^I^Ierlia^^  WestJ"  yl ��������� ~  DtvimopjLW^m  .... .... ���������^.-.J.--.'T..,.-^;;.^5.fe^ti5vE  ���������SsBlift'  *?,  ' ^^E^j^"^hllryi:  ^wiiii_i.7:"-"y-:y  !-^Bi^i������*7^-B^-le?  me   _hi)wnes.. __������  3^E������|������^- - 'T^clie'iyy:   :*Vi^-jiir  ' iWllte-Aj<njW 5���������f������l>������lt*ri������r>VMO ui������l^������������ca=wi:B������:i  ^jsiferjivith^  ^fW*^i^������*^-.nifo^(_,hs,.i-;_^^  I^e'^i^^t���������e;^^eek^;;;7i:.������������������''*'77tr^7:7|y:?:  ^:7iWv:;Henderw6n i������. a.. "'ifr������^ii-^^"^v*^l**Mfy  i^:������ist������*i*''- just*.';���������������-'; "*-ir������sehfe/ j yrtaindinjr  li^fc NihUiiw, f t>y whn is i^ather i^rMjidts^i  i^'.ind.i-ip--������^'yln  ������M^rnefcJ^JhiOft������^ "'" ,,x-'^^^'T^'  ;y^-*-:^";:;da:|K^^  ^as.:ybe������f*n .:';o^_^lirig:,> on-y:the:4^^me:  ranch: -tha^. past':y^a������-_ ���������: J������--;"b^ing_':8l^ft^  lb .-a stand _of; -."t^niber ylastiveen  Three and the E_voii ranch.'  ��������� y  ���������hjfi'yiSy woMcing-; .at -  '^i^^^^itsitt������;:^wl]_h7l_rR,'.  lKi^t^:._||^^ the  ^iS;j^^_;i%^^^yy7^y:^       ������������������7^-:,ri.>.-::-  ������������������^l^i.3^ : a;  ^veniiipps jplfe^Tiiip*y:jaow.. ;Jisfeinl]n|p.^Jiif  on concerts ami lec^t-n-es from  Pacific  ic^'sgg' *he������^������Rati-a e'-st^ '  I^:;:-it;.yKyyy^yi.-yy;-:>77".i.yy 'vi:.,;:;7}:..7 7 y ,-.' .  7^*Wv'Ja^it|tfep3;-as yte|^;;:^rom��������� -:av ^twp  ii'giiB'n^i^ y in  Nattaimo, nnd -although' he is looking  .���������".   *.,-*��������� ^*-*"'"'"T--.���������'-'���������".'.-.-.'.������������������'-.."��������� .---'"-*-���������"' -.'- '-���������'"-' ' ' " ���������'���������:���������''' '^!-.'-';','*-'��������� '"..''i'-��������� V '���������' -* ���������  '"' ���������"��������� "j.-; 'j-"' "���������". "7* ���������'  nt-jinRi |>efct**"r he ?*? f������r ft-onr- f������������������*-lii-_jr |.is  :^dj^uaS7s^i"^(:|i^y  ;C^������^li^-:'iWft:If������^^C^^  ;|$e|lfii-^^ ;*.  ;jA^^^V:'~7^^  'i.������-.������*vj. m~������**������������i._r.m^:rt-..  ig������OTJ3ESS3BaPHapjiISH������i  ^IrtjesAttW't'VU^*'  ~"������ - -������������������r"~- ���������     ���������-   ������  ...    ��������� ..        K'i__h?h_al*i'-   ^i^^:^l__i������I^'_ii^aefflfe_ia^^  SliU  !>-'''  ���������-"-""���������*-"'"- -"������������������ ' r*j^."'^ijgg|igfj  _c#_^_j  !������-������_- ^r^.^JiLu-_[_i-!^__!"^'''"^'" -"-'J"'-''-''���������*-'-' '���������'���������"���������"'7' t.'^?'-.^r"'^-'V^V;'''^'.^;j^^  l^i^^ii������i*e#*^^*^":h^  B^i^0Liiim%%iv^ki-  ^__y^i_y_-s^ieCiiyis3.  "^^S!^"^fe*w.al������*-.������i-s������a:'i&^       ���������         I���������tt'iim--  *SS^^P^^S^?^sS^I^Si  ^^wl'J'iijaii*;.'  _,. _ *8^^^"-ty!M_*^^.JSS5fc:  ������&X^r������'~ii:J4jJrX ��������� '��������� ���������' .'j'- -jV'Sii: ������������������ I.- -���������. -'':*;.  ^'-r"-'M--J^"E|e-������seipi:'  '_*^,yEkmra^:-*Boiwna'  "W*>JB|u^l'.^aTis dbw KiMtfiierl-sy  ilSi������ai_^^P^^B-S(#������; tl|*M3lR^^^,^^^^ "*W" C: ^ *:. ';^*S^.Sf  ^=������^as ^i^pg^;,:^^ ||g^^*y;;ii!Bj^;:-'������iadv,6n :;:AiH>t*^iH*n.7"3*������t?ift'  &&&*&?' ^-^-^ "*-*--���������''- ' ���������^���������������������������������������������^-^ - -- '-'-^-- ----- -=-*��������������������������������������������������� -  !������&5������;"#^7������^  W_^i^l';sfi������nd|'^l^  -l_������a������t������<(a'':_f_i* ���������-iif������'"-h������  ���������.������* -t;.-.?---it?,,:---.' m~~3���������.-. ���������.r/T", ---^���������     . . "-"^���������--���������. ,.-~-.--^....    '.*>'!  ff_t,_������'^i'-|.������.:-���������--'-- ..:���������-   .���������. ��������� .v....-:;.'.-.:.'. ���������:-',: i ��������������� ���������-   .'���������- ^XJ'c^'yX^J''" .���������' ��������� "'--' -  SaM^Fa-aj;. _>h-.-i-;- -v-^.-..- .-.���������-.*--������������������;;��������� .;---������������������..��������� -.;;>. :---:'^-..~- -   -���������'., ..-  feS-������m:':Ijat_������iid_n'^ls^  quarters at Acrmw" Oa-eek, "where be its  ���������i^iHngy't^^v^^*fc'M>-   " "'" yj-^sx-  3^"S  ^t  ^���������:  *_-^erimi-^ who is hightwatch  _*���������*������������������__-.:'    '-_������3-tfl^ '1 a-ft-iaW -~-MaaCT     ,  jutw-i'.'.'L ^Kasry-^y-aa-i-^ ������ -_^d������....  ^t^-ifie: iSeaij- I^eh vswich^r: Mr. Hal -  Sfe_^t^;^rara3|^;^t^ :.  cJ_a^^*^^e:Mes^^  ^^^|^_sadles": :7gntlSy;^Sa.indv; of-v^ihe. ���������  | iBl-5'i--li^.;^pi������r^  ovMB^i^:Mi-h^  I^-ppi^^f ti^;l-MJor  ;*^-W '' '��������� r .%^m. -.'���������- Cly^i..'. ������������������'I .r';i if.!.-'''-   IIT .m rffi ,. '���������' '    ----- .������������������������������������ "il-j*.,.,'   -  juii���������:--, .'S^Ba^v- ...,v,a^������a������,pii.-a������.cr-am.aj|B--.,.. raaa^Bavo -, .^..akF3^ -:-.*aa.Ba;.n3..  ^-M������nfc*!i^^ ' it :^s^7<Np^_t^';7ffa>rx  Ope*Fi-i,30-WS'.:  The -whist and ciifnia.eVJinnoiwvct^d f������������r  ^.rtv.istic*- nighty* "Ni'i'y^:-H? h^ ha** been  p-^stp-Vn-^.wntil ala  .-���������'���������-'��������� ^.jx^i' s-*s:ii._'-i-''v-,*.' iiXXxyy-  :XX:  Eten __AW#^jrho  ^'-Aff-.M'^T.-A^V.,^-.*-,^  Ar^0p-  p|Co^i"^|i||S  ^ *arv      >    ��������� -  ~ 1-i-''-*&i*"'*' ���������   fft^-'-S--t;_:  ���������������- Haa������3>iBraaaa��������� ������aav 1?ia<nnik������i-:.--i^-.  :; Wi-cda*������eyi_iMl^ _  ^-.at^e-ieil^-^s!^^  wit* Putnam-Piimei" :& S -thip;  :wibi^:;'afc ";ih^;-:^  ^crqi^ng..-;- ;'; '.:^'.y"':-."''' :'-.���������'��������� 7y;i'3:T'':'"'7-:'y-'':V''";'7'5  " ,: 'Mjre.;'.-^ng8toy.,fts,;,uo  C^reaton^ where Howard ia a atiident at  the high scli*������pl.tt^-;ter^       kZZZj['  The" tropical ���������; wie-ii*t&ferf^^  Ali_e::SidIto^yla_t'y: wm***;" yni!-^-������a^-.still  ' furtt^--w^t'avawd; ,tefb^*tfo''W*-^k;:.Wflii.  opt with the result that Sam Moipita  surprised some of the Ci*eaton people  on Saturday by preflentiisg theii* with  a few pint cups'' of Magonn and V*n-  8an eti a wherries that were an excell-  ��������� ent fiamplefor,colorniid8l-C.'������������������ ��������� '���������'���������':-- -,.-1 A.  .    The  old   tichoolhohHe    was'. **_tr������i������l  ' Bistes too small ^^V;^pi^,".-jbhe.,c^wfl of  chilifliren' -ttnd^.yi.dultfl''!^-."^  on  3f;U. C. Martin'^s:;  -reetdekii-te on the^^^^^^ M  -5,������i'ee^>ti_d^il-������h^  -#il*;:j^iim,*e'y':::;a^  :heavinff fcir 'VAhcou?*������:ne!tt we.ejk.7-:v:,  ,y :^_^ii^������^^!th -^^: t������j������ ^e:' tiosty h.i*i: ������ti^5������������ee  at the houBe on the ra nch" j list vacated  by::-M|t*.- :"Pri#ies__ Oii.;;;Pridayr jlwS*i|t������:y. '���������������  which: everyone in : t^i8.ya^st^ci.nba*  ���������**M^:inv*fcedj.;.v:      -''AA. -<���������'���������'.. :":kZy; k-A^AA  7''Hpbwit'hslan^^  weather4som-f of .;th_���������i-esideittSB',-t-epprt.  haying raspberries fiir Hnndsiy dinner,  j_he(-\fr-.it; "haying-^ .*.i|^n^,:,jOttr--I02_;  growth- Cftne. ���������:.:'-.���������.ZkAk ���������':"''*'.' '.'���������'���������'  ;*'77,:.'-7.7   -.-,  ���������;..*'-'  '.. x' ������������������   .-.-���������;-     ," -yy  CongrntulatioRs are: exte-nded   Mr.  etodMt's.'���������Frii.'fB^fe^  Webster), whiose hiwrriaijfe took  pliiee  at the WebBter home nn   ^edn'etaday  aftei-noun, aind v?ho are   to . reside   at  the,o^i*-*t.;' .'-t^.ttll,ab������������irt-,'.lhi-ee' .Tears  ;ai|gb''t1i]i'e''brlde.;wa'B-;'ii )K>pul^r-' ineiubet;  Of Creatcin's younger.set. and beat-bi������6t>  fejici tut inns ai*e extended   by  a   wide  circle of fii*������nds. .'-:":-r-,  in^: arr-*Tngementf.  -"^aviiifl  k/������fZ"  ;r������aM*cu-ive.:7  buiWiiiK lief ore"' ICfcisig  ^me/?-"'the': ;iveta.;r^H?wH  -^S::  'AkyxrAJ*0r:=s3Z-:''  aref^te-f-to  Mall&rida.ihe  -^���������wliicfh:'--'  nrnve off  proi^ptly for the s|nieniori*_l.;'"y. At-'  ���������1_1||h4^.JwiU,c' -he '.the ;::<ftrt^iv-ir--^.-.  'two minultes-ulei**^n������^ :  cwillb������e place* at  pillar.   ' This will be  flowed by  a ehdrt oddresaj %ft^; whic^ '^jfjkV-:  come:-lie "bast  Post and disniiBS^  ;-al..."' ��������� Zc-A,-.'-k      !'.;?������������������������������������*  v-.-^e^mei^h������i������t_'-.'-'������v'*'.'iown-.' have  agreed - to oloae their places of"  bnsineas from 4<l^). to 11.30  TueBday mornm|-jf/������Ti^| it is hoped  there wil t lie, a. vl)|,rKe tiirri owt of  citizens for the exercises.  "grtS****"*;!  *^p-iiea-:;  'K������?*Jj3J~ir-XJ. -������������������. -��������� -  ^ **"������-hil-st :on'-'a;'*^'*i--_f-a^''^d6itiat  ilast^eela. Alfi Keteca^ di������_pr_swai of' ten .  ehpsehsto ���������Il7tI^  wil^h,;!Se<������a;' ;Niblo*-r; *KJinst_tutae)the^b^^  ^f<8chool:tru-^e'-;,^:..7|'7y' l-> ,->-.'-z\i.. -���������-���������''������������������.:';r-;  '..������Thwiw''wiII ,b"e7'matte . Ht?'J.HolF;?'6it������-S'.  Churchv Creston, at 10"30yoi^SiittdajrU  . Worn,   8a_e���������Saddle  1100: ������������������ths.,,.: w3H' 'pell'.  -Hot.'J.   j:A^:k.k'kA,.^.k ���������A^: ',iAt',:rC:.-, y'Ax-A��������� ..'  ���������"h'iiwiei''';'"ivei   "..:,Cp-Sto.Bi  {flrst-ciaflB shape, $25.  Btiiith.' Eriekson.  F. S. KliiigeM-  ramme  Sale of Work  Oreeton Valley Vombn'^ Iw-  stitute announcs their usual  " l������Ji>vemhe*f Whint, in the  PABISH HA1X, on  FRIDAY, Nnv.1  ' i    ', . i' ''        ' . 7 '���������' .    ' '���������'*'������   ���������'V'     "    ���������  Cards at 8:^0 Proiiipt.  '' ^;-IWa-^������. at Whi*t  During tbo, evening  the drawing;  wilt h������ mpditf f������fir the jnig donnt ���������  ',e-d%:;M'WL' Bel.1 'Paysne'mv whioh ��������� ,..y  t-lokets are on aa)������ at 26 ocntft.  n   I    '  *      , ( <  Atff^Li __- jfliiifw _t^*h ___y^_WT___ h        __p^___ti__i  Q vBift/H B^WIft^%k HR   Bl^il *       ***kfl HJCf*  fiiiftri   fi tT M m%K^'lwrtM^\ttr Pi ^ *        1_# %���������t5##  to whole idver������ing',e cntertnivuneut.  A November Wedding  -a)    ' >"     7    ���������   ���������**'     " 7  y -A 'very .pretty house;';' wJaddlng;'' wao;  that of WednoBdny  at   the���������h--|ni> /of'  Mr. aind  Mi^b.   J. H, WebBftpr.   wheri  their th'rd daughter, \!MlMJ;;;M,ii'^ai,e't  J.  w������a united 'In nfturrhLge"^*j������lth_ Mr.  Frank Ebbutt, formerly   of  Creaton,  the  cit-i-emony    baing  performed   hy  Rev. J. A'. James, in the pretionceof  I just the   iui mediate f r-iende ������ nd rela-  J t.tv������vn of thm cont.i*a<itlny*: T-tarti^i-i.    "l*h������  brld������ waa  given nway by her father,  entMlng the prettily decor������tt*Mfl living  .room to the str������lna   of t.h������   wedding  march   "pilikyed   hy   Mrs. Jnroi-B.   The  couple tw-crc unattended and the hrldi"  wan mftrrled  In her tra.welllnpr suit of  fxiwderblue -canton crepe and earitfeu  m -hmjwlefc of '0(|kh������*1iN. i-������-nw--i..   After ��������� thh  ceremony the  guRBtfi ant  down, to a  w<n]din-������;dinner. Mr. and'' Mm. Ebbutt  leaving on the afternoon .train for a  sh<*������������* iH������it at . count cltlen, liefore pr������-  oeeding  to   Britannia   I*eacb,   wliero  they   will   make    th*-ir   homef    Thi*  popntarfty of the enntrA*.tlnff partl<"B  was amply test!Hod In the many hand  ". ('__���������__������_ "i'C__���������1B ji^uikmi _ ^w������- i W������-.-ai, .*.*������������"  L>ai<*y  tat.*- with them the be**t wIhJji-h ttt it  ���������wlcle- el role of frlendu hereHbout-i for n  | long and happy wedded life.  BOc*. i>er  SPOT C^iSH  XJiifcil farther notice we will  pay.50o. a dozen "cash for  Fresli Eggs, arid will be  glad to have all you have,  either in case or small lots.  This,is the ftrst rlsnc Ores-  ton has had a Cash market  for Eggs, and if it is to continue in business it ia essential that Eggs be strictly  fresh .when delivered'to vtA.  CrostOBt Vallsy produce Go.  Mr. and Mi-s. W. O. Adtaid of  Fernie are visitoi-a here this -week witih  Mr. arid Mrsi .fas. Adlaid, eh rottte to  the cuast, where they wi|l make their  home in future.  Joe and DouprltiB I_am"<������o.t of CalsrHry,  Alberta, und Jhtri-. Qillia of "White-  wchrI, Sask,, are Creston vialtorV at  piH-i-enl. with their brother It. Lainont.  who ita on the sick' Hat at present.  HoitBBS Ipon. S/ktiB���������Tivelvjj. head of  hnvnes (all I own); big -sad stimll'onof*,  f������1 ones, old ones, young ones, Prices  SpO to $230. Also 14 sets double  h-lrne-iB.   .1* B. "Winlaw, Duck Creek.  The teanhera and staff of the high  school celebrated halloweY-n with a.  dilncie in the Purl ah Hall, for which the  m lis to was oupplied hy Mls-ea Edith  Crawford and Jeanne Hall. Tlie-acu-I  Biulent*. provided the lunch "and tlie  affair was very much enjoyed by all.  Creston library patrons are advised  that on.Tuesday- afternoons when tin*  weuthor Ih disagreeable that the  library will not be open. Mrs. Hamilton haa experienced a few dirty  Tuemlay aftei-nonns already and us no  one turned up to change hooks It la  hardly fair to expect the librarian to  waste the afternoon.  Yn spite of the dirty weather there  was a good turnout at the a-e-onil ������9 a  scrlea of conj?ro������atinnal socials given  by Christ Churon In the Parish Hall  op Wedi^esdas. night. Cards were the  feature, along with a few prog-ramrrse  p-utwra int������rf"|Mtrae_ <-viUu C4imiiiiiiuugi.y  iBlpgEng, nnd h. substantial'tnneh Ber-"ed  by some of the !atlaW of the eongrega-  tlona  Tho recently-elected executive of (the  G.W.V.A. had thefir flrnt mectlnjjon  Friday night at nvhlch atrangemeintB  w������-ri* K(ot ������i lacunar way tr..\ the. v.t.wi.1  pxwrotue- -t. the -n^inorlaU on Arm!������tEco  Day. morning.   S,"-"J_. Watson  -gain  _a*.a*ir..i t.h^l v������������Km a  wtitVt- Rial-aa   f-Bwancla^rtfumiil,  vi(-e-presi������lent; Fm.nk 81 mt-*tta������r,  tHM-ve-  tary; and   inrn <ex-������M*iiiEve of Col. *P"iHiid  SSetter,  M.P. P.,    Fmanfe   Lewlsv   John  yekman and O. Ii. Harris.  k: ������.��������� C-^uilgp^  "?"!__=*!__,  ,������l?S||-*-|jS_a^''^_i*X)|  "'"'""IWg^'" " ('"*" ""*"'""'  8-^riTarnR-:-n3s-.weak.^  ���������^^^���������a-_v::*^w.;t^  '_"������jp:|_>-iaii^_^'  The "Lrtdies^ Community Club '  about $15 rtt  their   ha!lowe'-*n   WhiBt  drive at-the schoolhouse, aboitt a.dozen tables of piayeis   turning, o-at  for  cards, at which the high score-were  made by Mrs. Wetherhead and Hugh  Graham, with the low score trophies  -going ��������� to - .Eafehleea-.. CJ*-tytpa, aed-:.... F.  Knott.   ^After   cards and   lunchi "a  couple of hnnrs* dancing was  enjoyed  to music suppled hy  Mrs.   Davie   and  Miss Muriel   Knotty   who   was   home  florn Sirdar for the affair.  COW  CSTftAV.   . "  Caiiie to the premises of the under  signed on or about Septe-uher I*"ft,  black cow. with some white on side.  Owner Can have same on proving  property ami paying all expenses.  BILLZACHODNICK,  Canyon  GRIND THEATRE  Saturday, NOV,  Swamon  m  *_*_- ___       El Bma i__f__c__i mab HH_  The -ffiUBUmiBl  *-i lit, Humming BinT  soars to tho heights  of Swift, Thrilling  M elodi-ama and G3 aria. In a novel boy-and  girl Apache roie, is  mjignificetit.  EEOULAK PRICES fijjfig&i^  ^G*SiT'iP_^lP'HW  mzK'mi\Zs:kZZmk  NEVER FIRE FIRST  -'-'���������BY-    ���������������������������������.-.������������������  JAMES .FRENCH DORRANCB  Co-Author   of    "Get    Your    Man,"  "Glory Rides the Range."   Etc.  (Serial   Rights   Arranged   Through*  F.   D.   Goo-chitd.   Publishers,  Toronto)     \   -' ,  room, the lights went 'ow and ihe orchestra that doesn't "jazz" began the  sort meastires 61 a waltz. They 'did  not wait to find their table, but'swung  away with the n usic���������for their first  dance together. _  And when they were seated, she  asked .across the narrow board: "Do  they teach danciiig, as well as- riding  and straight-shooting, at. the Regina  depot. Sei-geant Syarlet?" ���������*"  "You're wforgetdrigy you big .beau-ful  Irishes*, that I've been to France since  I left the Mount ad's riding academy J/  After they had. danced again: "it's  hard to* wait, Ruisell. Sometimes I  wonder ^' It's worth while.      Will, you  ever get your man?"  '      *Sj_  Gn yfehe    frozen trail, after he had  spoken the three magic'-words and she  had returned then   to him with equal.  fervor, they had agreed that marriage1  was not to be thought of until Harry  Karmack li^d been brought to book,  :     Ity.wa*. a long moment before he an-  j swered. . 7'       __.,.-  I     ''I've got to get him,- .Moira...-".'Tliere'd  | not be complete happiness t'oryus with  that      business      unfinished.   '    ...Yon  wouldn't   want- to. ehangg  a "-fine   old  rn^Mm  isfiii^i  ���������re������3-&leff bsb! /  _ '\  __ep a su]  inyourpantry  ��������� ���������"������������������: ���������. - -������������������ ..Ax "'���������' .  >j  Free R������cii'_-Book������������������  Write the Borden Co.  . Limited,  .Montreal-  ~ ���������' .������������������-'':' ���������*",'.:������������������   -. '        - *?'- BT.  cer, Sergeant Russell Seyihour," she  said, her voice hushed. "Don't you  know the uniform when you Bee it?"  Seymour did recognize that particular uniform far better than she pos"  sibly could have imagined, but he re'  frained from admitting it.  Reaching down, the sergeant raised  ���������the-girLto. herfeetf-.but he did not set  her. right on' the m&take in identity.  The case" looked double-barrelled-to  Mm inasmuch as itgfive him an inside  line on the holdup of the express company's stage and a,.lead*"toward at least  one element of the heterogeneous  camp which was opposed to the coming of the Dominion's law-bringers. He  meant to handle'both angles with the  utmost effect and the fact that they  existed must for a time remain his  secret. - ������  (To be  continued)  C SS-24  ���������..-.--     (Continued) .  This blizzard had held Seymour at  Wolf for three endless weeks. There  had been just one recompense. At  the end of that pm-iod. the'mission-sur-  geon had pronounced Moirasufficiem.-  ly recovered to continue her trip by-  dog team. The weather had favored  'hem and eventually they had found  themselves in Athabaska, end-of-steel!  The trains of the Canadian National  and the Grand Trunk Pacific had carried them to Ottawa, the girl to a welcome in the home of friends, the sergeant to report at headquarters.  After a confereree with the commissioner, Seymour had stepped out of  uniform and into plain clothes. The  still-hunt then begun had continued  for three monChs,, leading first to Quebec whence Karmack had originally  hailed. There the sergeant had obtained information .which confirmed  his "disbelief b.f the lost-in-blizzard  note. Karmack' hac" paid a stealthy-  visit to his old home and departed.  Rumor had it that he had gope-to the  States. Therefore, Seymour did not  cross the border to look for him.  Knowing the man and his inclinations,  the sergeant's hunch was Montreal.  From a rented room on City Councillor  Street, midway between, the French  and Up-.town quarters of the city, he  had played his hunch inSTustriousIy,  but so far"without'-result. He -had  kept away from tlie mounted police  headquarters on Sherbrooke ''.West and  not once had he been takeif for what  he was, even by feiiow members of  the Force. 7_  He was growing tired of the city's  confinement, but not disc&uraged"  One day he would meet his man, know  him no matter .what'his disguise.  .This was to be a night off,' the first  i������e had taken "since getting back to  civilization. It was to be a gala, re-,,  union night; and it was beginning, fojt  the Ottawa express had just ground t<T  a stop in the shed outside the high  iron grill.  His pulse beat quicker as he scanned the in-comers���������first the smoking-  car complement, then the day-coach  passengers and, al last the Pullman  elect. Then he saw her, coming with  the poise of a queen, a small black  bag in her hand. Neatly he hurdled  the brass barrier and at the very gate  h*-' took, her into his arms and kissed  her.  "Moira, "Moira! '    You're a glad sight  r*-i-  tired eyes." he murmured.  "But not hire. Sergeant Scarlet  County Mayd^naixte  1 hat of a quitter.would  know this, gii I o' mi-he.  like O'Malley for j  you, now ? But;  He-did not finish, his interest claim.-  ed by a large red-headed man, a bit  the worse for liquor...-7-Tlii* chap's attention had been, attracted by a pair of  police constabIe"-*^ie*55plendent'in their  brilliant- uniforms, handsome young  fellows attached to the Montreal detachment, which has a reputation of  "swank." "'   /  ,-- >Take those young Mouiities a bottle of wine and mark*it down on my:  check,", the rubric one was saying, to  the waiter  The woman with him, a pretty  French girl, reached across the table  in an-effort to" quiet him.  "You leave me alone, Florette." he  resented. "I got most all the money  in the "world and those brave lads  work for next to nothing a year."  "Next to nothing a year." Seymour  repeated the expression under his  breath. "Where had he heard that expression before as applied to the same  Force which yonder cubs decorated?  In a flash he was transported back to  the trade-room of a sub-Arctic factor.  "But know this, girl of mine." Sey-  mom* repeated.      "Get him I will."  Wonderful Instrument  For  Munich  Museum  *____������ fl  8rii\8r**i  i . **��������� /  Say " Bayer" ~ Insist!  For Pain  Neuralgia'  . Lumbago  ��������� ; "-^ j* jf ^  g*J jr������-_    ^x_���������  V - -. ���������  A Double-Barrelled Case  Sergeant Russeii Seymour of the  Royal Canadian again was mounted������������������  actually astride a horse with spur at  heel and a fine feel of leather-between  his knees." The best part of the continent ' separafted htm from, the Mon-  -treal fairyland; and the r,egal beauty* in  whom liis ambit-iba"-and- hope lay cenj-.  tered.7" .>-7y"7 -ySy ���������'���������']'.'��������� A 'J. ��������� "  '-���������.-    "'���������:-*.-  An exigency of the.service���������the pol-  liXng of the mushroom, gold camp  which he was approaching���������had been  *t*jC_c *Pv^fc*rt o *������-*&-_> ���������  One  here  with the  world looking on,"  whispered in preu nded protest.  H**.  did   not  care how   much  of  world  saw,   for  ".������*���������'ween   them  an  not  she  the  un-  -"a-rs landing I   _��������� life had been reached  on the irrtil.  A taxi, its wheels wearing chains  with which "o grip ihe .snowy sireots.  hut-tied them to -he Mount Royal  Hotel, where he had reserved a room  fctr In-]-. In 1������*. s lime ihan most, men  would hav-- foe lie \ a-d possible, she had  tejoined bini in (he lobby, h vision fit  ro vnow-biinu rhe gods, gowned 5t_  sliin'im'-r'n. sllv-f-i v.i.h a black i'riiiRi-  !*- *-1* ii������pr i"  off.  "K'.v''ni*"i.s with >Toirn were loo pri���������  cio-js to h-ave an>ihinp; io chance and  S'-; mo'iir'.*' i������iu'.i-r������ h hnd Vit-'pn carPt'ully  .ii>-;h raijj-'i'fl,       A*-*Hin ihey -riok n   taxi  ���������and ih*- t,o;i took -lir-rn out Si. (,"m .h������:-i'-  'n*- "--ti'r-'-i \o h .iriilifin. eiiMM.ri-": tairy-  land---ti-.e V<-iietiiii f'arde-ns. U'liut  mat if:red It. that .'-now riev*-i* lies In  tin- kir<"������'t-> ol' 1.'<-rii<-<-'.' VV(-1I rnij.lir.  iin-y hav-. ti'-i-n -i'.\ i-.iinr*.' Italy one-*  t1i-->-  Jiad   .dlinb'Tl  -i   flight   of stairs  ro i  ���������rili-aMU'*-';-     J-l.-JHli-'*.V'OUK    H.l.lOVO,  Ah   they   enu-r<-(J   tli"   hut..i-   dancija.. |  'fhe sudden shift-of ac  tion's scene. ; Not that the hunt 't'ory  the Armistiqe embezzler had been forgot or abandoned, but with the idea  that a cold trail might warm if left  alone for a while, its crossing effected  when least expected.  The problem at Gold, British Columbia, was so large a one that the'authorities had overlooked no advantage.  The Tact that Seymour had never seen  service in the province presented the  attractive possibility of his making a  preliminary survey in plain clothes,  severely plain, in"truth���������as plain as  stained khaki, scuffed leather and battered felt could materialize.  The fact that'the region was "that  selected by Moira's father for his missionary activities and that she proposed soon to join the parent, did not  make the summer prospect less attractive for the big policeman. The  lovely creature riding beside him,  however, was not the Irish girl but  another he had**t)vei'taken entirely by  chance.  "Or* course," he was saying lo her,  "it wouldn't be a worth-while gold  rush if 1 here wasn't plenty of crowds  and excitement. Do you think I'm ln  time?"  "Oh, there's si ill a chance for you to  locale a pay claim���������il' luck's riding  with you," she said che'orJ'ulIyv  "Scarcely a day passes without: some-  one reported a new 'ifiscovery,' But  you're Just three days too late for our  first real excil.etnenl.-- One of the  B. 07X, f,la*-es was hfdil up and rob-  br-d  last   Monday.'"   *  A lino*. I. did .lhe sergeant give- himself away at tlila crime report. In  more wiiyR Utah his fair Informant  could po:-:.._bl.v' imagine, he felt loo  lal''.  At. n rer-enl co-sT'-ronce in Ha'/.e]|t>n,  a   i-'illrosid   lown  on   lhe Grand Trunk  which _i. cross-cut had let him into Argonaut-Valley;  '���������Did the*-robbers get���������make their  esca:n'e?".he asked, remembering in  time^to cut the piofessional tone from  his question.    7  "Clean".as !. whistle. They killed  the* .-driver at the reins so there isn't  a clew even,to'y*-ha������ they looked like  o^ howmahyVthere were."' 7   -  .-.''But, the passengers?" he ventured  'to"usfc;''"'..7:' "   '   - -.'.:���������'  The girl shrugged shapely shoulders.  The face that looked from beneath the  shielding brim was framed in ash-  blond wayelets. The figure that had  looked so boyish "from a distance,  while he was overtaking her, was now  rounded into exquisite feminine lines.  Her" corduroy riding trousers were  frankly worn without hint of a skirt,  but her "gray flannel shirt was V'd at  the neck to show a .marble throat such  as- no boy* could have endured. . And  in the belt thkt pouched a man-weight  automatic was the final touch���������a small  bouquet of ; waxen snowflowers. ;  Inahswer to his question^ she told  him ,that ther-e^jWere no passengers?, in  the: coach. "It.w.as the intround baggage, wagon they held up, you se*-e���������  doubtless ~oy mistake."  - As he ponderedi the unusual circumstance of road agents mistaking a baggage wagon for a, passenger-carrying  coach, they were startled by gun fire:  Seymour's :*xpert ��������� ears placed it a1  short distance ahead and to the right  of tlie^tn���������a ��������� yblt: nearer to*svn. ;��������� He  recognizedHhe snarl of a rifle and, a  momeiitTlatei*.. the bark .of. a pistol.  ���������Unquestionably, -tlie reports had cpmeH  front .different, weapons. 7 -,   I  A haif-stified scream drew his'attenH  tion to tlie'^rUait his side. The effect  on .hei* vvvas suipflslng. She could  not have showed greater alarm if one  of the "bullets ha'e' perforated her hat'.  Every A tracT&-   of    color had fled tier  iP-i. G fife *5  -"Oli, that/it's just some hunterHmd  not���������" -���������'.'"'��������� -���������''   ^  11 she finished her prayerful expression, Seymour did not hear it, for she  had dog heels into her horse and the  animal was skimming the trail.  Kaw took after the cayuse full tilt;  Model   of   Plan-tary   System   Masterpiece  of Mechanical   Construction  The electrical 6rrei*V, which is to be  placed in the Deutsches Museum at  Munich under the great Domef has  been^ .completed and was recently exhibited by the makers, i$eiss, of Jena.  It is described by the scientists' who  saw it in operation as a masterpiece  oE mechanical construction, ��������� and is  likely to take a place among' the lead-  ��������� ing attraction of the musejam as soon  as it .has been erected. The work  has occupied a considerable number  of yeai-a*'and has been executed under  the supervision of the original designer. Dr.. Bauersfeld, a physicist employed by the firm.  A complete departure has been  made from the old system in which  movable globes were used to trace the  course of the planets.- The new  orrery consists,of a spacious" dome  with a white innei: surface to represent the heavens and a complicated  .system of projectors to "which the  dome stands in the "same relation as  the screen' to a .-cinematograph. There  are in all some 40 projectors geared  together in such a manner that the  images "of sun, moon and stars thrown  on to the inner surface of the dome  siniulafe the motions of these bodies  with great accuracy.  : y When the lightsJ.n the dome are extinguished v and the projectors are  brought info action; the starry heaven  "appear 'in a*ll their:7beauty- with the  Milky Way- wearing just that: subdued  radiance  Headache -  Rheumatism  Golds  Accept only a  Bayer package  which contains proven directions  Handy **Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets  Also bottles of 24 and 100���������Druggists  AgpJrlnls the trade mark (registered la  ____-_) c_ Ssysr Sfan-f-ctasc o������ fi-cas-  8Kit~-.l<~c"3e-iter~'0- Sallcylic-rfcl  Doctor Ninety-Nine  t. _r _,  neiuses  iv  n.eur-5  Devon    IV* ed sea I  -    He's Still  Officer  Fit For  Tells .Council  His Job  When should a man retire?  "Not until he is more -than 100 or Ss  incapable, mentally or physically, or  doing his job." s&ys Dr.- E. J. Slade-  King, who has refused to resign from  the position of__ Medical Officer of  Health of . Ilfracombe, Devon: Dr.  Slade-King, who Is within a few  months o.f being 200 years old, told a  deputation from the council that he  would not retire.  "Younger men want to step into, my  shoes," he said to a reporter, "but let  them strike'out for themselves, as I  had to do. "I am hale and hearty and  do my job every dayl" .  Dr. Slade-������ting. also holds  tion of coroner.  the posi  which  nights, -and' are  set in motisih hy  an  FORTHEBABY  it has on the gioribusjj^e^ents   :pf7-the,  - * bowels.     Baby's Own  electrieal.engine.^    " * '���������  x.  7<An orrery is a clockwork model pf  the"- planetary system, named after  the rEarl of Orrery_ 1700.)  his rider, the while, listening for other  shots, but heard none. Ahead, he  saw the girl round a sharp turn into  what seemed to be a through road into  town. If she was Beektng the source  of the shots they had heard, he knew  she need not go far.  When his black negotiated the. turn  and the road was spread out "before  him, he saw that she had arrived. Her  horse stood nosing another and she  was" kneeling in the trail beside an indistinct figur?. In a moment he had  dismounted and stood beside her.  "Too late," she cried, looking up at  him with a terrified expression. "If  only ������ hadn't slowed to chat with you  ���������f feared they would get him and was  riding to warn him. "I thought there  was plenty of time .to get to town .before he started."  She did not blame him for the delay; seemed only fo accuse herself.  For the sergeant, there was enough of  surprise in the figure of the slifln man  to occupy his mind and eyes.  "Who���������who is he?" he asked  atter  starlng a moment.'  ^"H������'s oui  new mounted police ofil-  ���������:-t7"^(-h7--"'teSM--  M-fflfflH-gMH*.  itiiic-���������iy  Relieves [  ���������onsfipatf<0ii_  mm  Don't let constipation poison your blood  and curtailyour energy.  II your liver fsnd bowels  don'tjvorlc prop  I  i  j P-Kdfic,  ir-i', in  which t  ������-d i hat  co'inl'o  "ie B"_,_r_*  ������ l" J/ri J-.������ e    i i->Ml'5 -I U-. & % mj  IV W. fFk  CAftTFrS  I.Sulo   I.iv-n*  1*11 In   today  nnd   your "*���������  trouble  wilt  be relieved.   For   di__ines������,  Dpjsct'te,. h*nd*ieh_ and  blofrhjf  try them.   Purely v������netabl������.  Small PtU���������-mall Ommm-SmtM $>rim  AsHiHlant Commlf-t-jioner Bax-  cou.niand of Ihe division In  he nt.w dlcj-li-gH lay, had dRcld-  tlit* ju'fgeHni: tthould ivmain in-  iintil ho had h. <1 or>poi'tUTiliy  io -Judy -In- iii'ld of his new important.  co ni in a ml.       in tlio role of oni.   ul" the  }'o!i| -fT-V/Cil    "1'llslM'l'S"   tllO   TK'W'K   O-f   till'  cam;" would final unresiralnod In IiIh  l.ri'M'iic'', Ho Hluitllrl be sihlr-' Irt K������'t  an ni|viin'*c line on Ihosi* wlio wen  jM-orio to fa wli'Hfiiii *���������!!. as- well stn  Hi . *li" i l.-ini-ni vvhioh iiiij.']il b<������ <  <d rrn I In* :'ir!c ol bi.iv a rid ord<-r.  \l,i\-4-o\f-\\ In1 could fof11) tin U'Ii.iIhki.'iI  ofj.tilon un i<j iho pri������s|ii'(.livo i*--i-|iuin-  < rx j   >���������''  Mi--  cJiiiijf'  a**������"   th<- liiiinbfi'  of  .,.     -'-,(,1,...   ,,..,..i,,,|    |������,   pl|.#-,.    ||    ..|il "--f';i f-  , Id/ii-n-  counl-  TROUBLED M  ITCHY PlrVfPLES  toi'lly,  'I'  ll!  hl|iji< d    !i  11 ii I'or in."  O  ������I*"-*l  lairiirj.:  hi  I'liol;.;   by   th'-   HUuro  HtlMKh    ''oliihihi;-    I  **lri  U;ni ,|ti-',f   n������*"Mlloj  ������������������".''���������.',���������(���������  fir' fi'Id ''"il  i"  r������\i  "VMir    Wj.;i p*."   i-HiIi-  riiid   *ji*i-Hn-risi 1 i*l'-  lllia-    Ol     .ll.rt    KHIIIi*  xpr'i'MW   wlil������.-|i   I he  chlii'i.oj'  In  \i It.       Tll������"  ���������   li,;i-.'s,;ij.;i-  v\  S\.  I  Ii.'t  )(���������   lt'-|<3   llaVlil   '������������������.illa'-d  r' t  old   on  it   ni ri"./  ovi-r i In- f>\(t .'-'-tin  1111 i i i    1111. <    Jn.     V <  for,      'Iht-H  ,-   jiolhc   In n-.-: * -  Tciill.  a   ilnio  1 ., I I j I        I   ,:>,..' i   \  ho li;id  Kuw ,  iln/.<-d  Scattered Over Fac$.  Cuticura Healed.  " My face M'ttw full of bluckhe_d_  which Inter beenrne little pimples.  ^"SK T-iey were scattered  ovem-.j face-nd itched  *v and .burned, and when  A I acrrucl-ed them they  became worse and left  uenrs. I waa troubled  wiili them for about  three or four month a  -v_������r_' I jVatl *jj iiclvtithjcmenl for  Ciiticiiua Soap and Ointment and  stent for u, fre������ Bample. It helped me  no I purch������������.ed more, nnd now I  inn completely healed." (Signed)  Minn ICfither I-. Bb.11, Manltou  IHench, Michi-'un.  Une C-ticura. for alt toilet jrarpoceB.  Sttiuplr t*n������l. I'l.u tj- Z3UI. >.'l.lr^������������ Cmilnllim  |l*|.c,<; "������������H������r������, r. O. M������a S.l������, Mc.RU-.aJ."  iYlrn. IVoati.'.Tr, Oi,iH������,#������,t ft an.tl Wr. 'l'������l������uro������"i������.  mmr-  -|Vv  mar nikw .Slvavinal Stick.  The  Harm  Of  Overeating  P-������-������a<������  Doctor  Says  People Could  Get Along  4 On Less Food  Almost everybody eats too* much.  Perhaps one meal iBtday is not enough,  but whether you eat once or three  times, I���������beg of you. to eat moderately.  You cannot get along without a reasonable amount of rest and sleep,-but  you can get along on a much smaller  intake of food than you indulge in  every day.   , .        -  There is no surer way of extending  the span of life than by reducing the  number and size of the" "helpings" at  each meal. Try it and see how much  better you feel.  . You need not tell-me about Mr. A,  and Mr.'jj, B,rv notoriously enormous  eaters, who lived to be a hundred.  There are some human "beings lilie  some automobile engines���������absolutely  refusing to slop. in. spite of outrageous  treatment. It it were not for these  exceptional cases, there would be no  need of issuing warnings to big eaters.  The continued existence of one violator of all the rules of hygiene appears  to be,.more' impressive'than the untimely deaths- of hundreds who died  young^just/because they paid no at?  tcntion; tp the mles of hygiene and  common senK*?,  * Overeating has done more harm  than alcoholic intemperance, nnd in  making this' statement"I am fully  alive to "Il 1Ue evils of ruin* drinking.  Some day it will be considered just  as unseemly to bye real: ns it. Is now to  get drunk.���������"By Royal S. 'Copolntid,  M.D.  Mothers should- constantly .be on  guard ;to keep baby's bowels wbckihst  freely-* Landry his y stomsich' sweet.-r-for  nine-.ten^hs*bi>thi-2;aUmehts.tr whieh  -little  ones ^^e^are:r^ausedy<by- de-  'rstdmdeh Tahd  Tabletsy: are a  splendid laxative.foi- the baby. They  areymild hut, thorough; contain neither opiates nor 'narcotics', and are absolutely guaranteed to Tbe safe and  emeleiit tor either the. newborn babe  or; the "growing child. By their action on the bowels and stomach they  drive out constipation and indigestion;  br^ak up colds and simple fevers and  make the dreaded teething period easy.  The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. "Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvllle, Ont.  Ancient Asia Minor Church  The foundations of a great Christian church,, more than 200 feet long.  of a very early date and which may  represent the successor of the church  founded by St. Paul, have been -unearthed by the University of Michigan expedition, headed by Professor  Francis W. Kelsey, it is announced in  a report from Asia Minor.  MISERABLE AND  ALWAYS IN PAIN  i . ��������� .'��������� .'- _... ,,.  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a Dependable  Help for Mothers  Playful  Beard  Every telephone and telegraph polo  In the vemot- districts of Norway haa  to)be constantly watched on account  of the beurt., which have a mania for  climbliiK the pole-H and Bitting on..,tho  cross be-.m-". Hwuytng backward and  forward until the pole falls.  The giant hiiRh pig or Kenya colony  in a haaiiHt that !u go rarely seen that  its .exlHte'nce is. doubted by Bonie, although Heveral reputable trnvellers  clt-liii lo "have obKci-vcd it.  Port Greville, Nova Scotia.���������-"I took  your medicine for a terrible pain in my  side and for weakness and headjiches. I  . Becn-ted to bl^at all over, too, end my  feet and handa were the worst. I am  the mothdr of four children and I am  nurain-y my baby���������tho first one of four  I could nurse... I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound before tho  baby's birth, bo you can see how much  it helped mo. I cannot, praiac it too  highly for what it has done forme. I  took all kinda of medicine, but the Vegetable Compound is the only one tbnt  has helped me for any length of time.  J recommend it to any one with troublea  lik c mine and you may use my letter, for n  J-eBthnomal.' *���������Mra.BbBEUTMcCuLi. ey.  Port Greville, Nova Scotia.  Before nndafterchild-birththe mother  will find Lydia E, Pinklmm'a Vegetable  Compound a blcBaing:  Many, raahy lcttero arc received giv-  Ing the name sort of. experience an in  given in this letter. Not only is the  mother benefited, but these gooci results  pa-.B on tb the child.   ���������������������������..���������  No harimful druga are liaed "in tho  preparation of thia medicine���������ju������ t roots  and Iierbs��������� and It can be taken in safe ty  by the nursing motlier.  D8 out of every 100 women reported-  benefit from ita use in a recent canvass  among*,women users of thia medicine. C *  ������-  *->*.  )  yjl  TEE   BSVi-EiW,   OB_+iWTU]sit   B.   C.  <~ *  I The 'Apple Is A  Most Attractive  Fruit  (TV*     ������0M  'DDTV1?! V TAI,  shipment of wheat was re-  the Saskatchewan. wheat  of  ���������*> -  ���������rne nrst  cei ved    by  pool Sept. 2..'.:.:'       yyy.- '      -y C  Sea   fish,   aggregating  a   -freight  93,'vl'7,000 pounds, and  valued at i  983,250,  were landed  on the Atlantic  and  Pacific   coasts   of  Canada: during  July.. .'���������-- Z.'A'. A'Ak:.     y'YAkk  '-   '.'-.'  British  troops have evacuated  Fort  Bekleek, Fermanagh! ..;.- This is the last  of the  British  garrisons    in    Ireland  with    the    exception   -of J troops    at  Queens town  Hakbor.  Hon.    Cr.    P.    Graham,- Minister ot  , Railways, has been*appointed, Minister  of Defence"-during the absence .of Hon.  E. M; MacDonald at the "League of Nations assembly.        ".-"'-:-��������� -   '  Germany has made her initial payment of 20,000,000 gold marks under  the Dawes pian. The payment was  received by Leon Frasiar, assistant to  Owen D. Young, agent general1 ad interim, for reparation payments. >  The Reparation Commission officially declared the Dawes' plan in operation Sept. 2. The decision to pro-'  claim the plan in effect was reached  by the commissionTin a plenary session presided over by Louis Earthou.  The number of immigrants'from  Canada and Newfoundland during the  fiscal year ending June i, 1924, was  200,690, according to figures issued by  the United State-* Department of immigration. ���������'���������'..  The U.S.S; Trenton loft, Bushire,  Persia, for the United State's,'bearing  the body of Vice-Consul Robert, M.  Imbrie, who waa killed by a mob ut  Teheran. It was' being returned to  the Unltpd States at "the expense of  the*Persiaa Government,  Kmul Rasmussen, Danish explort-r,  has arrived- at Nome, Alaska, after  travelling on foot, by dog aled and  steamer from Denmnrl". Rasmussen  loft Denmnrl- throe years ago to make  hi*.- way as best ho might along the  frozen "little hall' circle" of the earth.  British Columbia Apples Noted: Foi  Their Intense Color  The-; beautiful coloring of the B.C.  apples makes them specially attractive. The cause- of color is not thoroughly understood, but,it may be said  that each variety of apple has a color  peculiar to itself and it only requires  the proper conditions and chemical  changes to develop them. - It is well,  known that sun'ight is an jmportAnt-  factor in color development, helping  to intensify the coloring of the apple.  In warm dry seasons such as this has  been on the Pacific coast, fruit matures earlier than in wet seasona.  Where the fruit is permitted\jto mature on- the trees before it is harvested the higher and more beautiful the  color will be.     . ��������� ������.  British Columbia applets are noted  forytheir Jntense color.. In most.districts' tlie'land is irrigated, and by  stopping irrigation and causing a ripening of the. tree the fruit more thoroughly matures and partakes of the  rich colors which make the-fruit of  B.C. notable. '  There is a wide variety o������ ways--in  which apples may be prepared for the  table and there is no lack of practical  recipes which are suitable for ajay  home" or table in any nart of the country.  Dutch Apple Cake.���������Two cups flour,  hjilf teaspooni'uisart, two teaspoonfuls  baking powder, . lour tablespoonfuls  butter, one cup milk, all level measurements, pour- . butter into greased  baking dish, cover with sour apples  peeled and sliced, Sprinkle two table-  spoonfuls sugar and- one quarter tea-  spoonful cinnamon oyer them . and  bake in moderate oven about 25 minutes. Fill a baking dish three quarters full of sliced tart _. apples and  sugar. This may be covered with  pie crust-** soft: biscuit dough, or a batter of one cup sweet milk, one small  teaspoonful salt, one egg,, one. ���������tea-'  spoonful soda, two teaspoonfuls cream  of tartar, and flour to make a stiff bat-  No woman can  foe homely who  oes this  A simple method which safeguards lovely complexion���������  the b&auty every woman can possess.  No girl or woman can be called  unattractive who has kept the,  beauty, and radiance of youthful  cortiplexion.  And today-millions of women  know this stmple method. You  too may employ it to keep lonely  and young the clear, fresh skin  Nature gave you.  This is aii you need  Cleanse the skin regularly, au-  Made in  Canada  .thoritie^ say,,to keep your complexion lovely, radiant, youthful.  But  beware  of" harsh   cleansing'  methods. They injure skin.    _,  Wash thoroughly with  Palmolive Soap���������each night before retiring. ' Rub. the creamy,  foamy lather well into the tiny  pores. 7E*____se ��������� and repeat .the  washing.   Then rinse again.  Then���������if skin is dry���������apply a  little   cold   cream. __ That   is   all.  by.>cosmetics, by wind and sun, ~*  or-by dirt.  . The simple, correct tt*_ss"  You cannot find a more effective   beauty treatment.    Because  Palmolive Soap is blended of rare  palm and olive oils���������}. famous for  mild but thorough cleansing qualities since the days of "L-leopatra.  And it is inexpensive. _!et it do  for your, whole "body what it does  for  * . See that you get Palmolive ���������  -which is never sold unwrapped.  All dealers have it. In a short  time improvement will be noticeable, encouraging.  Volume and  efficiency.  'produce 25c  quality for  10c  THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OF  CANADA, LIMITED  Winnipeg  Toronto  Montreal  Palm and olive oihr-rnotking else���������-give  Nature's green color to Palmolive Soap.  241U  Come From U.S. To Settle  Thirty homeseekers from Davenport, Iowa, -and vicinity left there recently in  a special car for Winnipeg  to   settle  on  farm  lands  in  Western  Canada. .    :><__-  One  Source   Of  Fire  i-f  Apple Catsup.���������Quarter;    core    and  j>are 12 sour apples.    Put in a saucepan, cover with water.and let^immer  until soft;. nearly all    of    the7* water  should yyjse    evaporated^   rub.through  :_���������___*    c-ljavp.   ������_n_I     orlrl     _>._*.       <WI1 ralx. _TfcI��������� .-. ~t<r\  each quart Of pulp: One cup of' sugar,  one: teaspoonful of- cloves,: one tea-;"  spoonful of mustard, two .teaspoonfuls  of cinnamon and cne tablespoonfui>of  -salt, two cups of vinegar and two.grated onions. Bring the catsup to a boil  and let simmer, gently; for one hour.  Bottle; cork and seal.  Apple Icing.1���������One cup of sugar, one-  third cup of water, one salt-spoonful  cream of tartar; heat gradually, and  boil without stirring until the syrup  will threaid when dropped from a fork.  Pour slowly over the well-beaten white  of one ogg, beating' constantly, and  continue until thick enough to spi'ead.  Add two tablespoonfuls of grated apple, beat and spread on the cake.  Corns Between the Toes  ��������� Painlessly Removed  A real, sure, dependable remedy  that has been lifting out corns for the  past; fifty years will surely lift yours  out. Putnam's Corn Extractor is the  old reliable corn remedy���������it stands the  test of time and never fails, 25c: everywhere. -'     .'" '  ���������Why. Many Menaid Women Are Badly  " Handicapped.  When you are so run-down in health  that it impairs the efficiency of your  work as well as your power to, enjoy  your leisure hours,, or obtain.rest, it is  time you looked ������0* the cause. If you  do not, a serious "hreakctown is almost  sure to result sooner oi- later. In  nearly all cases this condition, which  H*"lAa-i47_|IC������     "11* O-l-l Q 1I*������-*     Jt Oe----*5_-aiaa     **_ ���������������*      **-**V**i  *-__*_������ "I       ������*_������������,_,  ;,*-iyvt.vx,Ti->    ui-u.aj.ijr.yu Jovi-ftilC   **������-    -g-^J-LC^JL.C^-.   t*C""  bility, is due to poor blood���������blood that  is deficient in red corpuscles. When  'tlie blood is thin and weak your whole  System suffers. t You lose appetite,  have no energy, your nerves trouble  you and-you feel restlessly       .;..-.;;.  .What you need is help to build up  your blood and you should begin at  once to make your blood rich and red  by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  You- will soon notice the difference in  your health oy a better appetite and  increased vigor. The. reason is that  the new blood created by Dr7 Williams' Pink Pills stimulates all the organs of the body to healthy activity,  and so the system gains nourishment  and strength. If you are weak or out  of sorts begin gaining new strength  todav by taking Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.  You can get these pills from your  druggist or by mail at 50 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Broekville, Ont.  Danger, of Spontaneous Combustion  ''Crop -is   Housed  When  Damp  We .know there are people who scout  the  idea  of  spontaneous   combustion.  Their-only idea is that fire can start  only from a match or from lightning,  and it is useless to talk about fire resulting when'neither of these elements  are presents     Those who have belief  that fire  starts.;from such mysterio_s  origin as spontaneotis combustion, and1  that spontaneous combustion will result from wet or damp material will  be careful in seeing that the props are  in. fit condition before being,garnered  ip-A-xAy'-}   7;;y:,.;.-."���������������������������':: .:' A', 7.7' -.:"7'.  -v lilt ^w^t or catchy weather the farm-  ;ef becomes anxious and in spite of his  better , vjudgiiient-  may*; yield' to the  temptation-to put his  crop in before  it is* really fit.     Crop so^lioused should  :fbe salted tbmiiiiimiEe the danger frbi*_  overheating.      Better lose part of*the  crop thrOtigli destruction by  the  wet  and     catchy     weather  than lose the  whole  crop; a'nd"   the    barn    besides,  through    fire    resulting, from it.being  housed too soon. ,   Part of our readers  Powers Of Death Ray  Matthews Says He Will Give ^invention  To Britain _  Once" the "death ray" is perfected,  it would- bring down a fleet of attacking aeroplanes in a charred and twisted mass of wreckage, H. Grindell  Matthews, inventor of the supposedly  deatludealing device, said in New York  as  he sailed  for England.' ,..  It Will require eighteen months*  work .and ".250,000 expense to perfect  the ray beyond its present limitation  of 64 feet,ithe inventor said.  Matthews^said that since coming to  the United States, he had been offered  a big- price.yfor his , ihyentionv. by any  other'-''foreign goyernnient, ; but would  stick to his determinationytb give it to  the British Government! '"'"'"��������� ?'y.-^,.-'. y  "The British Isles are ho longer islands, with the development of aeroplanes," he said. "It is my purpose  to'perfect a defense In"the death ray."  Alberla  Whfeat  Pool  The population of London exceeds  by two* million I hat of the whole of  Australia.  lion  es-  t"* T  .  Handled Over Thirty-Four Mi  Bushels of Wheat Last Year  Alberta's wheat pool, tho first  tabIisiie-4 in Canada, distributed  720,776 In the Initial year of operation,  which closed July 15, according to an  announcement made by Manager  Chester "Elliott. Tho first and second  payments totalled $'31,93-1,776, and the  final pnyment amounted to $5,780,000.  The pool handled between 3-1,000,000  and 38,000,000 bushels of wheat, the  exucL figures un not yol .obLuiuable  and practically all this grain wits of  very high grade. The net retujrn to  local growers was about 86 . cents a  bus hoi 5������   '  ' '  Automobile tourists-- in , Southern  California are w.vraed not to yield to  the lure of rhe beautiful white yucca  bloonib of the desert, either on private  or public lands. The yucca is protected by law from extermination.  In the fiscal y?rr ended March Slat,  Canada exported 257,000,000 bushels of  wheat, or -12,000,0(0 more thti-n in the  previous j������ear,  shipped aboard  $268,000,000.  The  value  of wheat;  this year amounted'to  WHEN ATTACKED BY  DYSENTERY  You Should Take  may still^he skeptical but the wiser  ones will take share In the warning.  Nothing can be done with those who  are too ignorant: -or-'too' stubborn to"  believe, there is suc^a thing as spon5  taneous combustion. .,-  A number of years ago we saw an  ice-house, full of Ice and packed in the  usual way in sa.wdustv Moreover at  was built on a "wharf and accessible  to a whole lake of water. IL would be  impossible to set fire to such a place  by ordinary mears, yet. w������ saw the  whole building consumed, about noon  on a hot summer day *when nobody  had been near to give It a start. Spontaneous combustion was, the only  theory by which the.fire could.-.be accounted for.���������From the Durham'  Chronicle.  A Powerv'bf its Own.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil has a subtle power of its  own. Aii who have used it know this  and keep it by them as the most valuable liniment available. "* Its uses are  innumerable and for many years it has  been prized as the leading liniment for  man and beast.  "Fellowship Inn," to be established  at Bellingham, England, will be a new  experiment ������n a combined community  centre and bar., ���������"-. ~-  Nearly all. children are subject to  worms, and man> are born with them.  Spare them suffering by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator, an excellent remedy.  " Among the countries of the ��������� world  Canada stands first in the percent-ige  of its population living in electrically  lighted homes.  YOU'VE  NOW  TRIED THE   REST  BUY  THE   BEST  ���������The city of Limn, Peru, has an  c-arthQUftlce about once a week, but Ui  ivu yvui'ii tli-jro hua b.eeu ano Iohu oi Ji"'_  or properly. Slight, jarn" a'nd heavj'  rumblings are the chief chamcteriH-  tiea.  ���������'���������'^"itiff'*^" (fe^^fe* P."t^p5^-Cjl sf^s������|#^*i*'i^ielt  .��������� .t:^'^'?^|'.l^;.D',i''';*:,';^ i  1  XV.    Jl.     U.    3511  It lie lies have v.inga a man may ho  auk* .0 chase iho almighty dollar moro  .successfully with the aid of an airship.  Tourisrt Traffic In  Quebec  Tourist    Iralll-    iu    the province of  Quebec in the past year or two has developed into one of the; province's most  important industries, and In order 1o  make bettor known    the    attractlosis-  which  this  province has  to offer ttu-  touilst,    the    Provincial . Government I  has   authoL'Jf"od   the    expandUm*-**     of'  some $50,000 for advertising and publicity purposes.      The- money will he ������  spent, In*'conjunction with the Quebec  Tourists"-Associal Ion... .  Titer- la  In every  for Silm.  a dealer handllno  towr. \n Western  Newcastle coal  Canada.    Look  MONEY ORDERS  Why auftcL* rroni corns when they  can be tiainloa-ily rooted oiU by Uiilng  llolloway'j* Corn Reraov-ev.    .  Minard'-     Liniment  lor    Aclies    ani  And You Will Get  laifHi j#*_Bt*J i*l_1-i'81"n    RQbffi? H   w y*1���������"*  ff*fl-El_"iVa~  B       aala.la_,B-,Qa->Cr  *WIi������n������you tiHli. for '"���������Dr. Powlor'a"  bo buic yo'u got what yotx rude for, n*������  soma)   of   theso   cheap,   no-name,   no-'  ro.r������iatMt"������-i������������     pr^jin ni I'.ions    Timy    prr������vi,  dangepftuB   to  your health.  Pmt mp only hy Thfi T. MlllMir-tt dot,,  .LluiiUd, Toi'i-niJ. OtxL,  Xn Ifi-O  thore were but in.OOi. radio  YC-colvoi'.*-, In   the   cr-nn'r*-.    !ST'V";   r".* 1 >r'*��������� !  aro  5.000,000,. find   with   lotiilsp^a'c-'r*. i  and extra    head    net a    probably    |i),  000,000 people U-itvn-ln ovi.--.-y day.  r������m������U    hy    Domihilon    Kxiar^j-a    Rtoi-ey  Order.      If  lost  o-   stolen-you   got  your  ���������money l>acl<.  Cdok-$' yive g v. la ting Go mpou hd  K Mf������, RellAl. le. r������-,ulA������ln**,  mi*ll(ln* *-���������>������ -a -���������mr. .  . J*rilH In  Irif".dt{������������������--..���������'I 'itirmJiV.*so.I; J-l;  .!^i..i. f3. Ne.i $*>, ..S.-f-ll,.  nil  y-^3  ���������UMC -C-OK MIJplCINt VOCf  ^*T������rf������������l*;'<i'l������fiMalr.aVt������4at������ ���������������������.'*���������������������������������������������������  When  lit'-"!  known   io   I hi-   ancient  Tloiiian.H,  Milk  vv.i*. ������ii    e:\pen.sU-t-    k3������m!  it    wits  HU-U1  wi.'lshl   I'o*,- v.-,'UlU. v.LUi  ('Olll.  '������,-���������-���������,   ' .    ���������        '���������!  For  Coraa. arvel  ment  Wartis,���������lMinard'- t-ln't-  OVBrt MULV A OENTURV nKPUTATIOtal  ��������� In   1   lat l*.   t.'l*r-J'iJ:   ***il.l-l-   \r*������H   Thai  lift L.SL Iji-CitU %} uivenAKiow-va  uuB-iti-tS ���������:..*.si nn, <__������>_ vri, lut *.������(-������������-,*������.  Dn. LEGLER0 S ro-t AN/Ece!'/!  *4Vl ������J<e������ ���������KI.I4������l.������ WO:  "'  D"...LF|?LFft(?,f5  *>;-������ ���������Ki.i4ai.a* wox. t,������w������mn uihii.   ���������      vmauTAHmi.tt  mwwm*mMTwnt.i n.  SJ" \,v \.m\A. CUauiii,'!*. I'jik*������ lit i;������i������l������n.l 3������.  D<4. \.r.-C.ZM-tC M*J.i:������. M���������������������-������������������������������������*-"J. **.1V.-*. I.ow.lrtia  i.t Mai-. M.ti��������� HO B--JSV Jl. II- Ml.-. I .->'!.!.{..Ti.aiaK 1 a*>���������*.  tM *i. UIi-mM ������.->.  ->U(tl, jiiW   1kU*_i,llll.  _^a^,..aai������^.^i.. O. F. Ha_E8. "Editor and Owner,  v'KJSSTON.  55. G., '3.RIDAY,- NOV.  N6 Quorum  The inodern ^ay������ lag that   it pays  to '---dverlji.-e^ true   to  form in connection with the annual  meeting of Cr^ton Valley Agricul -  tural Association, which was fixed  for Friday night last.  Both by editorial and news space  all and su ndry   were notified   as to  the djite and   titne of   meeting and  elahbiabfely: ad vised as   tojnst why  th������ pieaeu-re of their company wa-t-  desired, and to   make   doubly sure  t"a^;C^���������th������^s*|i;. wo$3_ not jss"' over  iaoked" poat bard notices were  also  -��������� sent out a couple of days   previous  to the night- of meeting, but in spite  of all these special efforts the total  at^ndasice w^'s exactly   eight' per.'  Suns,   three of   whom were Sadies,  and there was nothing for the com  pany of the faithful few   to do but:  adjourn.  While the failure of the citizens  to *_*%'*u'atit A&a Friday does not  meai- there -will be no fair nest  year, tl&e absence of even a quorum  is not exactly appreciated hy those  who handled the -* eshibi tion this  yes^nor is it likely - to make them  ������t -1*11 anxious to stand ^ for re-.  election for 1925���������-and heaven only  knows directors who .are willing to.  get up and hustle have been none  too plentiful in the past.  ^���������qrtunatelythis^ year's board of,  management has been quite capable  and all debts���������other than the $1000  payment due on the grounds���������have  already been taken care of, but if.  the jL^i-r, is to sontinue ways anrj  meani? wiii have to be devised to  increase the revenues and an  annual in October is more likely to  get i^esnits,in this direction than.  the usual  January get together. . <  In ?������he way of & ce_-mnm������j)>; asset  Cr-easton bsp-asts nothing '!but its  exhibition, bnt unless greater inter-i  e__^^;?���������5^i?f*T--**d '<-i-*|,.-3the -*_<&_& callr  for an annual meeting   the district  Niioliiu  *lOt-a������e   Oiij>;iii3ou  :* i-iii. ������_������  Ml.   ������UC  1���������II  fair fails to function in 1925.  May be the '1  Mayor Bakn-ent has  got himself  It appfearsythat ehe city council  had made all plans to give the  premier--.a civic reception, bxit without even: the courtesy of  informing  all the .jaldernieh" Mayor, Bailment  went Qfit^ciW hisfusual wayfreight  rttn :^^^*_n Monday; .and/.', the  expected i*ecepti6n had to be cancelled on very short notice.      ; :  :.::ylh''.:.TOT������ftir_-iMj^^7'i.^o,:y.":...atahe-.''.- Incident  tlie Gpuii^  msrateri^sf is ;yfel������R������d'. - 'liis '��������� sudden  deparinre fr-jm ytheycily*-.- and- that;  "something' must.,;��������� >be..esplained before- Mayor Ba-ltnent lets his -name  go be^ire the electors of X>anbrook  next January/3   -<��������� -'---Aa* -    ��������� v   .   ':.  .It is most unfortunate that the;  <>>urier::feais*' tafen'y:.ettjeh-y-a-' : hajirsb  ��������� view-������������. i"i.n" ���������i.ii'i������aeii''|"-.;^  explained,"If -ri**_WB_;;i^cl{!i!g.ue'ffoBn'  Eriekson is ;'!������A:^r-.'0tAj������A\- %>n.'A-It  appears that ������htheFHday previous,  whilst tjhe Balment special  putting in a few freezers on  warehouse siding ,-at Eriekson...  jbrakeman. Finlay.got int������ an argument with one of the packing *.hed  e'iif|iid^a^''iiinB>tli^'' -lat-er, to give  still more emphasis to the pleasant  ries^jie was exchanging with the  railwayman.* hurled an apple in the  general'��������� irwjtjon ������������f Fi nlay. but not  being accurate in his ai iii the  pon.ologicai spheroid is -$id to have*,  landed on the^beaming countenance  of Cranbro-*>k*s* first citizen and well  known authority on can-sent, the  tnissle making ita mark at a point  about an ineh bglow and to the  right of the left otitic���������the mayor,  unfortunately. -��������� not 4������eing an^ihter  ested spectator in the Finlay con  troversy.  Despite   copious   applications of  the juicier portions of one of Walk-  ley's rump  steaks that Finlay-liad'  in the caboose for supper that night  very little couid be ,dsia-"e   to- red-us������.  the   swelling   or &hate the   carbon  hue assumed by tlie mayor's facial  protnbrance and on careful enquiry_  we find that when   the   genial   AI  w^egj; through   the folio vying Mon-  da^- hek *wa'S   far froth" ioioking his  oldtime self, and ^eertaihly far from  presentable   for y doing   the   civic  honors,.with     Canada's    foremost  stai|-ffl-sian.::. ,y;Fr--/. ���������..:���������'_.;:..../     kZ-Zjkk^i ���������  '���������-���������" ]-\?o������--theftJeniijfit  of' those enrions  to know ������} K>iit thejsayor^s language  when The   was taken  unawares. by  *the apple we ha"-**������ it' *^n the  hesit  authority that Mr. Balment fooled  ���������-them^all by 'saying never  a wordi  hue certainly it was the  most pro'  fane e"lencs experienced in Eriekson  since the memory of the oldest old  timer runneth not to the contrary.  I HISESDBY GIVE. NO"OCE. that, oh tlie 12th. day of November, 1924, at the-hour of 10 ft.isi., at  the Cou^H^*usi,?N^son^B:Cl  I in. the  list hereinafter set...out,,-nf the  persons in "said list hereinafter set out. for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons oh tha.30til.day of June  1924, and for������in*te&r8Sfe;>eo_fes,t*Bn'd expenses' including the costs of advertising said sale if the total amount  due for period ending December 31st 1921, is not sooner   paid. "   ' _ " _  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information   respecting^, the   fallowing   list   where - the  owner was a member of the Allied Forces Hud entitled to the henehts of  Section 151, "Taxation Act 19_!2.**  ....--/*  U0T   OF   f*I^!*&fttiH&: ���������  Arrears of_ Int. &    Coa*_������ife,   Total  all taxes "penalty" expenses  Name of Person Assessed'  Short Description off Property  Jones, A. W.y X-td. ...  Delamere, P. N_ ...���������.  Gleazery P. J_ {Est.)  Ward^ Robt. ...7,."s^.���������.  Jones, A. W.. l_td. A.  Hillyard,   S.  Wright,  H.  _���������.(..,.--__-,  Subdivision 5^A   Lot _ texiiept R|W), block 1  ..."..IdOt ���������, -block 5 ...i   .....laot 11, block SO :    Lot 21 &. 22. ljlock.36  ���������Lot 21, block 4S .   Subdivision 93  ���������Lot 1B block 11 .'. .z  .... .Lot 13, block 15   14-3-  30.63  M.    _*-  -f.*oo  ������i^0  6.10  3.03  *?._4  Thorburn- Mrs. J. K.9 et al   Lys? F. B.  <*^st.)    Wade,. Philip ._   Wade, Philip    Graham, J. O... .-.  Lot 1,  t.ot 96rHume Addition lo City off Nelson, Majp "2S4A   s.Lot lt block 1$     Lot 2, -lock 16 ���������.    ILot 3, block 16     Lot 3, block 20   block 24  ,  38.-70  tfa-n. .  29.03  SS.7Q  33.8E"  Skli^l..- S  *ifc}  Davies Addition to City off Nelson, Lot 182, Map 4_6  .1 .. -      43.01  -'J  n-J  Green, _lichard (Est.)  ^...*. B. 30 It. or lot 11, block 4 . 1 ..   Leicester, Mrs. A. ".__ lliat portion, of lot 7. block 6, not included  in registration of W. R. Graves in A. B.  .S. fees. Book -0}2&, 17441A . .--���������  Fforde,  Cecil ..Lot 5, block 7 -..   5.00  23.12  1.75  3.6J5  .5a  1,84  .73  .92  5.SI  5.^1  7J2S  6:46  11.96  4.66  12.?$  12.7B  12.75  i_y-5  1-.7&  _ !_&_?&  .' 1S.75  1 :%23*  W.*S  12.75  _  29.14  46.S4  21-12  29.39  19,58  16.14  21.31  &S_f5  47.59  53.6.  12.7B        67:72  Smitherman, Margaret  Trail East Subdivision of Lot -919, Map 1262  ..Lots 15, 16, 17, block 11       38.29 6.65  Centra! Park, Map 850, S.D. off 8.l_.. 19 & 20, Lot 4.SS, Lot 367  Bowhey, Rainey & Hall .  BrutniellV "S-arie .....   Van Allen, Catherine M.  Humberstone, P.  C   .....Lot 10, 12.76 acres .  ���������Lot 3S, 13.60 acres .   Lot 47, 12.20 acres  ���������Lot 68. 6.60 acres ...  8.00  14.^0  11.60  -7.-0  Doughty, J." It..  Krieger, Mrs. B.  Grace ....  Columbia Gardens Lots 205, 205A & 2050, Map 800  24.38  75.84  Roberts, Hugh. H. .__ I^ona-rd Burely.;Lbt 26,113.00 acres  ���������mCm^-mmJnJ^.     iA-t5a>j"-J_-���������t.������JL #''   ������b\_rCi6j3___.       a-ta>a. ������������������������*-*a������������*aB������-������������������������������**SMw*������*aka.������w>**������������ai  .....LotB 13,1344 13B, 32.69 acres -,  Never a Slip or a  Trip when you  Use your  titnt  If your feet had the eyes of an owl  tbe -bwfteroue   places  would  be  mode safe.  With an Everendy Flashlight you  cjifin-**" even better than an owl  at might. An Everewdy in a nee-  emrity���������for tbe ont-of-dooES man���������  for the long walk home through  tb** woods���������for the creek cr-ianing  ���������for lhe going down to the water -ptttig���������--to-grt'on the rtinwityB  eaidy���������to put out the 4ecoys���������for  Bignalling ��������� for all after-dark  needs.  "BvereadyUnitOlla fit and improve  all makes of flHHhligbl*. They  come in two sizes to tit everytub-  ular fla-ihlight. Bveready Unit  Oella iTi*"������n brighter light and  longer battery life.  EVEREADY   Aluminum  flashlights in two sizes,  prices 90c. and$I.O0.  We have a complete stock  of Ntchel plated JFlezsh-  iightSm also Batteries  and Bulbs.  Anglican Church  SUNDAY. NOV, -&  c*a_a_To-5J  8 and 11 a.m.   7.30 p.m.  TENDERS FOR WOOD  Scaled   tender*, will Im*  received   Iii'  Groutage,   John  Blell, J. P.  M  .-.���������.Lot 7B, 4.28 acres .. .:  A  ���������TS*'  G7.68  2L2���������  1.36  2.70  2.04  1.S5  4.47  14,16  11.67  3*73  -".--*?*    - -t7     '"__   ' ���������*-   ��������� ��������� '"*e������-7-?*-*6_i     ���������-*-   ���������'T''-������t-_( -*J*"i������a-_*_ii-^_.  ���������Erie Townsite, Lot 1SS7,-Map.641  -*������--������ X-lOl     W|      OlVvK      _fc      aa--*-h*-*aiaa ���������>���������������������.���������������������������aaa,->������>������*****--B.*  1 '--  .V -  6.53  .90  13.76  22.75  12.76  12.75  12.76  12.75  12.75  _2.76  12.75 ~  12.76  12.76  12.76  Prseitvale S.D. In -Tpe- ������1A & ISA, Lot 1236, '-JapaTSSA, 70SS, 7SS8.  Aaidersbn, W. R. J. .4. ..--  ' Koad,. i-dward    ...... .......  "Edwards, Wm. M., Sr.  .  Vickery,. Chas ..'........~-  Milner, Mrs. Martha B. ���������.���������..  ���������.���������-..���������.Blo<jk 82, 5.12 acres -  ...... ...Block 83, 8.05 acres   '... .Block 90, 6.74 acres ........  .... .....;- Block 144, lOlOO acres 7..   ......Block B. 217,10.00 acres  ���������������������������������>���������������*���������������*������������������������������������������������������-���������������*������������������*���������������������.*������������������������������,���������*���������*������������������������������������*  i* ������������������������������������������������������ m m *��������������� rn.mmmm.rn ���������������  29.65  47.47  66.96  25.40  Green City Townslte In Sees. 2 A, 3r Tp, 37; Lot 1238  Clark, T_os.  .C.  ...  Fletcher, _". C -...  ..........Lot 8, block 1     .....Lots 1, 2, block 7 ...  ������������������������*������������������ l>B������������������a>������i  i;ob  4.00  6.10  7.S&  6.$7  11.26  4.25  .68  .68  1SM  13.75  -13.75  13.76  13.75  12.75  12.76  Bldridge, J. D. (Est.)  1.36       12.75  oy  till  the Cr������'������tr>n Scthoiiil Board up  Uimday, November 10t>h, for a mipply  of 15 cords of cut gi*ei*-n 4-foot fir and  timiMi'Hc; 15 cofdH of dry 4-foot fir and  UnuHt*H<*. Mnd 10 cords of 2 f������������ot di*y fit*  and tHMiurati?* To Iw* delivered at.the  ���������Mchixil RrmindH by J-iiiiwiry 1st, 1025.  For further- piu-t.lcnl.irn apply S. A.  9PEIS118. S������?-5ret^i,r-������% Or������*8t������in.  enilTllCD*-*  m I mmo  Prlcw  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  Expect to  Unloading  Carol  be  mW  Kitchonec Townalte Pt. Lot 2S46, Mop 6.W  >.a,a*HM.*a������**������ia������,������*_jOlB    Jlw      CO     J-iOa      DIOCK     Aa     a>a>*������ ���������������������������������*������������������%��������������� at*--i.^*^* *������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������,-���������������������������   " 0*W  , J.    - ' \- : ' ��������� *.���������.'.;���������.:-".*,       '.',������������������'..'  Salmo Townslte Lots 206 A 206A, Map 662A '���������'"''-'  Watkins, A. D ......:  .'���������.-. Lot 1|_ Int,^24 & SB,^ block 6 ...................1.......    ^68:_7       10.14       12.76  -v Ymir Townslte 8.D. of 8ec. 7, Tp. 17, Lot 1242, Map 640  Jordan,  Bd ���������  Beer, Geo. Frank   Lot 6, block 17    Lots &, G, block 19' .l..'..;..:...i......  .. '.fXJiJz-iJ.   ��������� .1-, i..-(- vj,  Kootenay Valley Lands  Huddle,  Chas.  Pacey.N Geo.  ...  Grant,   Robt.   .  ��������� ������������*������a>������*4V������*������j  '���������-.-.        e"  ������������������������������������������*#��������������� fmmmmmmwH.t.1   Block 63* lot 9555* 0.2&acres    Block 770,G., lot 05fip, Jf>i&7 acres  ..... Block 162C.G., lot.05^0, ,84 acre ...  *���������*��������� ���������!���������������#��������� ������������>������������������������������������������,��������������������������������������������������� a* ���������������������*���������������  13.34  40.07  24.23  32.90  11.50  2.23  6.68  4.46:  v9f_5  2146  12.76  12.76  13,75  Wynndel Fruit Lands, Lot 4505, A;8.D. off  Itjfc **���������  .������.,'4ti>-*af'   "-WX I'.l.' i-i  ��������� -  Jla'  8.L.."6j, "43, 44,""  ���������SOp t QSWi   p   *���������    ImOI,   bO^i  James,   H.    ...���������..j.;.wM.... .*..:..... Lot B. -*_, block-12.-4l85 acres ~  Ogilvio Flour  and Feed  Of  Hee iim for pincen.  Jm.  mmmm  mmim. rai^ mw ^tm. muf^m. tm^m. m&sm  *JH g -&* Eyy ~mi]i fT "B Lb cyz  Muxwortby, R.  D.  McVlcar, Alexander <5.  Pt. 46 assgd. Letter "A'  terU'A". 9.76 acres  '���������������������������������*������������������������������������������ ***4*a>a>  & Pt. 48,.assgd. Let-  8.00  66.12  K. ���������&. 8. Riy. Grant Lands Lot 812, G.������K.*-.  ''.-���������'���������...' '    '  ��������� -   . '   :f- '���������'    i-aX    ..���������.-'  S.% of S.-B.-VS. Sec. 6. 80.00 acres ._.........;.... 433.08  Nelton & Fort Sheppard Land Grant, Lot 1286  Map 864  .1.36  11.10  13.76  18.76  18.66  4053  57.69  22.11  29.85  26.S9  21:30  .42.20  102.76  92.10  37.76  19.18  48.50  SSJJl-  60.48  91.97  43.40  17.43  17.43  22.11  8L36  28.32  69.60  7. .   - ���������  .42.44  BJI.60  27.71  28.11  90.97  71.82        18.76      518.60  Coll Inge, Bdw. Jas.  <������������������������������������.���������������������������������*������������������������������������ ������^*������������t**"*-"*'���������**���������*** * ���������  S.L. 3. of Sec. 9, Tp, 11A, Map x67, 124.32  acres -   Kremer,   Frank  ....-.% Int. tn S.L. 25, Tp. 11A, 877.47 acres   Young, W. Archibald,  S.L, 28, In Sec. 36, Tp. llA; & in Sec. 51,  Tp. 12A, Map x67 & x68, save & exoept  1 aero convoyed to Park Siding School  .    Trustees, 806.60 acres ���������   Skinner,  IQltkabeth   B ������. Block 1,12.05 acres .....   *a,������.f ������������������������_#���������������,-.(_#������������������  16.00  809.66  682.97  -9.33  Lot 1237  Hears,  Jas   Young, Wm. Archibald   j ..................S.L. 63, 68, Tp. 14, 61.43 & 01.66 acres ............    168.88  .......���������.......--........S.L. 35, Tp, 15, 266.50 acres ........^     488.86,  2.72  138.47  114.68  5.02  29.83  74.67  13.76  13.75  18.75  18?76  13.76  .'- 18;76  32.47  961,88  '    7''"  811.34  . 48,10  209.96  627.27  Second  Rollef  Minlsa'^  VJVm       ���������**  Lot 1288  .Pt.  Foole, W. "M i......u  Sees. 18 ft 19, Tp. 86, Jk Sees. 18 4b 24, ���������'  Tp. 87, Lot lUltR, 187.64 seres, beltur'-sur*   -���������������������������''.  face rlghtft oi" tba'arand Unloq.''Viio-  llef Fr.", "Second Relief", "Sty* ���������Sbine'V  A "Ida D.",    being    respectively Lets  2467, 2469, 2468, 2160, & 2462, being Sub-  lot 8, Map X&5 ......................      1S5.00   . iBublot 7, being W.-ft ot B.v.y^, Bee. Bit, W.  % of N.B.U,. Sec. 33. & that part of  N.W."4 Sec. 88. lying East of Ck>luti_bla  River, 338.28 acres      840.00  80.00  Pools, W. N.  13.76      168.76  C7.80       18.75     411.65  S.L, 8., belnj-. In Been. 3, ., ������, 10, l������t, 1C, 23,  26, 35, Tp. 2., 16.64.4 acres  1485.00     2UM       18.76    163170  [Continued 6n PA^j-^'C    "  msmmm mm-n      ^issss Ofn^aw      a���������.-awiwaaa aii.  Local and Personal  Mrs. McLaren was a visitor with her  sister, Miss McCaslin, at Cranbrook a  few days last week-*  The Presbyterian Ladies* _ Aid announce that* they-"-will have their  annual bazaar and sale - of work nn  Saturday, December6th.  Ma*-. "Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano  forte. Royal Academy of Music, London, Lamont Bl<_g., Creston.    .  CHAS. T-flOORE, C.E-  ^     ENGINEER   .ARCHITECT  "    SURVEYOR  [Registered.  '      CRESTON, B.C.  _z eumvjvrtv.    w^jmh   wvnut  Singing Lessons  tflt>6b  AR1HUR COLUSl Creaton  P.O. B������x76  g _~w e ������~^i  Notice is hereby given that an application  will be made to the "Legislative Assembly of  Province of British Coliimhia. at its n'extsession  on behalf of the Associated Growers ot British  Golnmbia, I_B_teti. for an Actrto be known as  thA "A������6nt-,in.t������d Grower** nf BsritiRh Colnr���������M*S  "Limited. Relief Act," for the purpose, of curing'  all formal defects in, and all formal' ct-jecticns  to the validity of all contracts entered into by  the Associated Growers of British Columbia,  t ������__ia.nja .���������������������.__ a_.a.r���������-a������������������,���������a ���������������_*���������_.��������� x��������� ._���������. Aai .._.-  -, <������l,tiu^wa,  TTftbaa iuiuvauuwm cs&��������� w������*o aaa tutj **_.   muss  forms known as Series "A," Series "B,. Series  "C," or Series "IV and where each contract  purports to he made betweenjbhe Associated  growers of -British Colombia,* I_tmited, .of the  first part, a local association formed under the  "Co-Operative Associations Act," qt the second  part, and the grower of the third part,.or where  sttcb contract purports to be made between the  Associated. Growers of British Columbia, Limited,-������?: she one-part, and -vgrower cf the other  part, without the intervention of. such local  association, and also for the puryose of providing that where any such contract is produced  to the Court proven to have been signed by a  " " "s further proved that the grower 1    -  .. .  _mv fruits or vegetables other''i J������n .toe occasion of a.  grower and it is further proved that tl  hAR dnltvnred  anv fruits or veeetal  wise than in accordance with such contract.-  the Court shall forthwith restrain by injunction any delivery-of such grower's fruits or  vegetables otherwise than in accordance wi<*h  Kucn contract and shall als5 ma-ce an order  commanding the grower to deliver the fruits or  vegetables in accordance with the provisions  of such contract, notwithstanding any defect  in the formation, execution or performance of  such contract.  "Dated at "Vernon, S,C, this St"_ day of October, 192*. * -.-'���������'  "-                      *S. C. "���������AJJ-'SP0.  Solicitor for ths applicant, Associated  Growers of British Columbia; -limited.  - The first whisjb drive of the sea son .is  announced for Friday night next, 14th.  in the Parish __BalI. under Woman's  Institutes auspices, with cards* due to  start at 8130 prompt and the ���������ssu_l first  and second prizes for ladies and  .gentlemen. Refreshments, of coui*se;  will be served, and there will also be a  short musical programme. * *__Tie-ladies,  are also having a sale of work and the--  drawing will take, place for tlje. pig  that has been donated bv- Mrs. B. W.  Rayne, on which raffle ticket*-: are now  selling. Admission to the Whole evening's entertainment is 50 cents.  In the 52-week ��������� <-gfc-laying rnfnpeti-  tion at the experimental farm at  Agassiz the McAlpine pen of. Barred  Rocks made s a great finish but" were  unabie to overcome H_i;e>acl in egg production gained on them by -the three  other pons in this clas{s, _ the .oral  poultry having h sboxving of 17S3. eggs'  -T;?r *.h������- y-**sr ss CuSnpnicij %v|tii >j������ toiai  of 2141? by the winning pen. The  yeai"*s work of Ms*. McAlpine's nurn-  bersuiine and ten birds ranked high-  atnong the Rooks, t heir -output of 233"  **r*d 2*��������������� **gg*? *****-"ir5**c������* vsl**- *>**irBa*^3t'*,**e*-|"  ed by ������������nly, four othe*s whos-e best  efforts were 260,* 250, 247 anil 227.  Although the great war is over for  just about six years it was only last  week that Col. Fi-ed Lister. M.P.P..  received the ciivted -..decoration of  C M.6., which was awarded him befote  the cessation of hostilities in 1918, in  addition to which he had been previously awarded the D.S.O. and M.O.,  with which he  was ������-.������*/���������->r-*U-d   in 1919,  visit *to the coast  by lhe -Duke of Devonshire, then  governor-general. 'Along with 1he  olonel Major Mallandaine w,is also  remembered by jbhe-ymilitary authorities having just -rect*ived "-his silver  medal for long service in the colonial  fojees, he   having  seen  service in the  Ttfti!   a.f������ls5a!l]j>__  i������������_     uiull       ���������__������       (m.       J.Jssi       _.__-_*,  | For sal's or Exchange���������Purebred  registered boar, Yorkshire,- from  Manitoba.. Agricultural College. &.  Ua vie, C*asnyon. , * -  r _*or SAX,"*"*���������Model Grand Duke  Phon������l-i and 4ft,i*ecosds, nil :n perfect  order, $100 caish,-or $110 on terins.-  Also two kitchen ranges, coal heaters  and-some -forfeiture. Cair-be seen nt  S. M. Warson"-:r  Flowers artistically . arranged for  any occasion .at moderate prices.  Phone S. A. -Speers-, agent for Frarhe  Bros., florists, Lethbrfdge, Alta.,'.ami  Grand Forks, B.C. - "  The. cowards never' started; -the  weak died on -the way; only the  strong survived the perij>Is, the thriUs  you'll see in  the Covered WagonJ* "-  - AH the board of trade members' are  asked to be out for the November  meeting- - on" Tuesday night. l*he  question of electric light for the town,  .and possibly the surrounding country  will.be one of tbe matters to come up  for "considei-atitun.. At,tbe rate J_>elco  -plant-- are going in some sm ve of the  sort will have to be made quickly.  Nelson Assessment District���������Continued from Page 4  talanii  ?*?$.- 5*-Cf<*n". Assessed  Short Description of"-Property  Arrearsof. -Int. &   Costs &   Total  ail taxes  penalty expenses  war.   ft-.  MEAT MERCHANTS  2-_______  ���������<*" ~^-  ; StoA.A$&GCK Fdm^k: SAUSAGE  " An'ecbnoniical dish, easy to serve.       *"���������  Shamrock Branrt HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDAJLE CREAH&RY BUTTER.  Government graded, highest quality.  \FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties. ~  Choicest B?������EF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURm'IDEA&M  increases egg production and .produces better poultry.-   Buy the best.  To be of the fireatcit Bwrtioe to a  bnsls-ess cea-sen. a Ss___; saus-  have full and adeQuai������ facilities.  vvit���������_ ovcsr,m.90. np_r>^p^g]pf-ij^ fl!g-,-*^->*i*'flg*'**  out Canada and ^thitrong affiliations alb-*���������-ad, tl-io _-4Bi_l_ can  offer buBintMM hou������ea a sorvico  that satisfactorily fulfills all demands of local, natioaitl  foreign trade*  4M  IMPERIAL   BANK  C W. ALLAN*  OF C_%_^AJC_iA_  CRESTON BRANCH,  ftje  Mwaaiar.  DON'T rlo-c loss by e&tcso&ivkfjj, C8tB_  in your letters. You will find the  Mcme-7 O-det- Issued by this Bank a  ���������life wtul oonvenlettt way -of paying  your out-of-town nccmints.  m mm* m tN-Mt CMBee orW-frtr��������� OwSara.  **m WmWCXXmwM Sm%  nr-MI"?    _PAriI_.mAXr    CLAKTT/"  OF COMMERCE .  Cag>itml Paid Up $20^00^^00  C-*WtO_a lk-_iM_h  C G. Bennett, M&xiag-r  mmm  mmmmmm, i|n  ���������MMilli���������iWtti  sss-saittia  Svobo-a;* 36h% ���������.  ���������    --i ";-*"- -   ;i"- '-   "'  -_ .-< -i- ,u^,������ - ���������-*..  -_gr',r liriiiti-iiilmiiBTMiifl  .All S.L..1; in N.W. "14 Sec. 36.   Tp. 23,   "Cot  l24d,-Map-*57,150.00 acres , -. .  Lot'4S_5 "      -   "   "  127.00  Revercomb, -.C  H. ....^-   Roberts, "Wxp.,-J.    Bocwar, Sari. It; -    Able, Miss Margaret    Jo_.nsto^i, JSeT ("Est.) & Toungr G   BlfcJni, of S."l_ S.L  1-3, Map 776, ff.47'acres...7-   62.00  ...... Blk* 4y-S.L.. 21, Map .793, 10.00 acres   Blk. 13, S.C 21, Map 793, 10.00 acres    alk." 14, S.I*.- 21, Map 793, 10.00 acres '   Zimmerman/ John  A.  ���������Sublot 54, 160.00 acres  ,;.-..-.    S.E.% of S.W."4 of S.I*. 80, 10.00 acres _-.-  --"   - *>  Lot 4595    * .  22.00  22.00  22.00  352.61  50.93  10.54  3.73  _3.73  3.73  59.52  -7^72  13.75      191.68  .13.75  13.75.  __3.7K  13.75  t  13.75���������  13.75  86.29  ^ 39.48  39=48  39,48  425.88  Christian    Community    of    Universal  Brotherhood   .. .'......���������:��������� Sublot 66, 643.00 acres ��������� _k ^     5200.22      969.28  13.75    6183.25  Lawler,  _as.   ������E*st.)  N. &. F. S. Rly. Subsidy Lands W.K.D.   Pt.  Rossland Kootenay Mining Co.  Sec. ?8��������� 33, being S.L. 8&, (Except R*W .  of W.K.P.--& L. Co.)  Tp. 9A, Map x62,  49.05   acres  ���������-.     - S.L. 3, being Pt. Sec. 1, Tp. 28, Map.xSO, 1.85  . acres " .*. ...  .'.-".._��������� 1 '  Crown Grants ,. "  ��������� - " . -'    ' * . - .*  Canadian   Marble   &   Granite .Works,    A'"  Ltd ���������^ ...Block 13, lot 98*, 3.25 acres -'..* : '...  Finlay, Will B. _:_....Block 10, "Lot, 25i; 9.94' acres -. . .  Bloqmer> Kose B  _.��������� .".Block 3,1_ot 301 A, 18.63 .acres 1  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd Southerly 234 fl. of Lot 304,    o:  _ ^_JL__, M _i___LJ ,   __    . ������������������     "     Mines Smelter  Site, Plan 51  Old Hall  10.95  30.00  8.00  _48.06  5"4;40  46.47  5.10  1.36  8.16  8.77  7.98  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  ������__-fc*--J-Va-a  ��������� ���������������-��������������������������������� ������������������aj^***������B^ui  Presbyterian Church ~_   Holmes, G. 6. & IV  Tierney, W. P.   Seott, Charles"    Peach,   James".   S.D. of 304, Map 7<"������ <& '926 '   Block ,23S,"1.270 acres ...: .'.....".x...". I  Lot 306 ' " * . .     ,y_ - .    y   JPt. Lot '-_"���������", ������.L. I, Map 731 C,' .26 acre    *& Int; Blk "B". SJ_. 12*. Mao 942- 2.725 acres   Loft 813, 428.00 nacres ,..'. ."*......:-. '..   ..Blk. 9  Crown Grants-  ������.  18.58 acres ������������������  70.60  9.39  18.00  542.62  - 30.00  Munro. R. D. *_ Iiuzetta Field  Munro, it. *D. & Luzetta Field  2090,  Oxley,  Oxley, B,  Oxley, B,  ..--Tlit-  ���������-i_..sS...J.   yson, Ida Hy ���������:   Bartlett, Geo. CE?st.)  Bartlett, G_o. (Est.)  Annable, J.   E.  Spence, Jas. W. M.-.I.   Dueckk, H   H.  -.."Bk & L."*M.C. Lot 2089, 38.70 acres :...  ...Surface Rights ",Gorinthiaa" M.p. Lot  42.10 acres 1... '.   ...S.D. 4, Lot 2542, Map 7^9, 5.07 acres -'- :.-.���������-   : S.D. 7, Lot 2542, Map 799", 6:07 acres :   ���������h:.r.:.��������� Rem. of S.B. 8 &.a, Map 799,   5.44 & 72.35  ~ aAVrJa7"c33 -��������� \ ��������� r--���������^-���������-���������t 1-^--Tr- -^git       (    "Westerly X acre, ol BlfeXh .V^pt72548, "^_i00;.I--:  ---.   acVe *..-���������..���������". :".r....:.-l���������r^���������-!���������...���������..  , i.  Ca������s.fs_i������c.   Klfa-Wf���������   "l)in.al   C~_-*f>>~: itJr A   ^T AtX^HxA  .--  51=65 acres J2JL���������..__������������������...���������:.". x:L _L_._:    Surface Rights "Royal Charter" M.   -T.    Lot  . 3205, 57-20 acres ,. .*   Sublet 4, Lot 4599, 24.14 acres ������   s.co  8.00  . 10.00  .12.00  _52.50.  ^24^0  12.99"  ���������Lot 4960, 2.00 acres ..  Subdivision of Pt. Lot 5547, Mao 753   *W.% of W.% of Blk. "B", 2.00 acres  25.00  16.00  18.82  12.90  1.51  3.05  90.30  5.10  1.36  . 1-36  " 1.70  -2.04  a.83  - -i*-?8  2.17  1*0.17  4.55  2.72  2.84  13.75  ' 13.75  13.75-  13.75  13=75-  48.85  23.11  69.97  76.92  68J.0  -t~_������������ t_e  da������. ^.a.. v %*  34.80  646^67  ,48 SK  Subdivision of -S.L. 10, 18, & 37, Lc":-. 5S17, & S05-, Map 824  Abrams, P. P.  Wolvertori, A. N.  Steele, D. J. ...v..7:  Lamont, R. E. ..  Lamont, R. E, ..  Embury, Jas. J.  Embury, Jas. J.  ���������...'.:. W. Pt. of Blk. 18; 7:40 acres  Crown Grants  .Lot. 6885; 97.00 acres .-i..:..^.������.���������.--  .Lot 6895, 142.00 acre-- .-.. ->   37.82  120.00,  60.00  ���������aa*������Halaa<*>a*a*i.a������������ia.  Subdiv Isfon of S.L. 24. of Lot 7159, Map 1255  .....Block 7j 19.50 acres .:..���������..:  .... _._....  ....Block 8, 19.50 acres V..."......t-....'.J ...... ....  ���������Block-14, 19,50 acres ..-..:. .-��������� .....   .Block 15,19.50. acre8 .......���������   -"-..������������������--.' .  SubdlvlsionorPt. Lot 7159. Mao x37  30.00  30.00  30.00  30.00  5.77  20.40  10.20  S.10  5.10  5.10  5.10  13.75  13.75  13.75  . 13.75  13.75  , t13.75  13.75  -13.75  13.75  13.76  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  13.76  13,75  Illingwortb, G. N.  Illingworth, G. N.  Illingworth, ,G. -K.  I   ...Sublot 10, 147.G0 acres    ...Sublot 25, 640.00 acres __-.._ :���������   Sublot 26,162.00 acres .... . .   Fielding, J. F., & J. H. ^obdwln jN*.% of N.W."4 of S.L. 149, 80.00 acres  Hocking, F.   _ S.% of N.W."4, of S.L. 149, 80.00 acres .  Yale Columbia Lbr. Co'.... .- Lot 7373,* 106.00 acres ..... ....  Merry, Allen ..........���������...: ......... ......Lot 7736, 141.67 acres _. .. ,   Oxley,   B. ...........................................Lot 787-8, 80.00 nci'es ..���������.���������..........   Oldfield, Klrby & Gardner  .....���������.u...Lot 7986,103.00 acfes ......;^���������^. ......  Bleasdell, A. W. ...........���������.......���������......;���������.....Lot 8076;-' 160.00 acres ...;...;.......   120.00  160.00  90.00  80.00  80.00  270.58  86.00  48.00  72.00  120.00  Crown Gran to  Scott, David  , :....."_ -Bui, Lot 8973, -60.00 acres .���������������..- -~.    198.65  Wright,   Harry   ..".:u .-..���������..���������. ....���������.������������������1*6 Int Lot 9014, 64.05 acres          8.00"  Wulcroft,  Mrs.   Annle ^ Lot 9270, 80.00 acres .-..���������.... ��������� .*      70.80  Gallagher, J. W ....;. i....Pt. Lot 9288, 178.92 acres ... I...   100.00  Bleasdell, H. T ".. ..Lot 9400, 160.00 acres  .  ,-s.-   120.00  Bleaadoll, H. T, ...;.  .......;f.���������... ..Lot 9401, 160.00 acres -     120.00  Bleasdell. H. T _ ...Lot ">_02, 160.00 acres ~      120.00  Magee, Chtta ;............... ���������.....BIdg. on. 3_ot 178, Lot 9639  ���������        8.00  Blockberger, Walter  ........^ .. Lot 10925, 40.00 acres'���������.      35.00  Steele, Dan J   ..'.Lot 11734, 186.00 acres       44.98  Annable, G. M. , .......... .*,& Int. SX. 2 tn Sees. 8, 9;  Bank of Montreal  % Int. S.L. 2 in fiecB. 1045.1647. (I������ Tp 31.  Lot 1243, 8840.00 acres    / ". *-'  G. M. Annable & Go. .....   .. Bee. 20, 640.00 acres Tp. 8A  S.% Soo. 29, 320.00 acres  BM ot N.*A Sec. 29, 160.06 acres  N.% of N.% Sec. _������, 160.00 acres ,    ���������      _.  S.-V& Sec. 30, 320.00 acres  B.H ot N.M, Sec. 30, 160.00 acres ���������-���������.���������.  N.-V& of *Nf.-V4 fieo. 30, 160.00 acres  Hoc. 81, S40.00 acres  Sec. 32. 640.00 acre*  N.% of N.fe  of N.ID."^,  Sec, 17,    40.00 acrem  Township 0A  ."   : Pt. Sec. 28, Pt. BAo. 24, Pt. Bee. 16. PL Sec.  Q   **1 26, Pt. Sec. 80, betas S.L. 182, Map __3,  IBOS'.OO  acro-i .���������. 4017.02  20.40  27.20  15.30  13.60  13.60  45.44  14.62,.  8.16  12J24  20.40  39J������9  1.36  12.G9  17.00  20.40  20.40  20.40  1419  5.95  7.69  13,75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  .13.75  -13.75  18.75  13.76  13:75  13.76  13.75  13,76  18.76  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  23.11 .  23.11  25.45  2*133  7-_0S  "41.8J5.  -28.91  83.91  43.30.  32.47  35.41  57.34  154.15  83.95  48.85  48.85  48.85  48.85  15445  200.95  119.05  107.35  107.35  329.77  114^7  69.91  97.99  254.15*  2509  23JL1  97.14  130.75  154.16  154.15  164.16  28.14  54.70  J6.42  3028.05      457^0  13.75    B4������4.������0  ���������tv.r*.'.. ������������������  IkiTjiiiVwii  ���������___fl-_'   :   ' ��������� '������������������   ,._^  . i-  I  a*  *p-p  ijQ--L  >i  r  | 'WW*WM9P$:  f>nifiniviii������, Martin B.  Dated ������t Nelson, B.C., this 6th day of October, lftai.  Let 12SB, Tp. &8  ,W,'%  of  fl.W.V,    R<ara.   -������5*    $(\00  J**T������>**   WW.   -���������#  "B.1D."14 See. 22, 80 acres ......'. Z.     104.69  711.6ft  16.39  13.75    4742.4&  13.75      134.83  II. IL TOW-NSISND.  Provincial. Collector.  ��������� ii ikmmilbmmim.,m*m..  'mm  mWmmmlmWmm  mmmmm  ���������H .THE ::;;RE^IEW,.;; CRESTON,    B.    C.
A Simple Lund-Leon
Folks who -want the  very hest use
Safety First
Tlie Inveation of the automobile and the rapidity, with-which it has come
into general u.je luis worked a revolution in the lives and habits of people
comparable oniy to that brought about, by the introduction of tho steam locomotive. ��� The slor.m railway m-ide possible the eaonuous expansion and development -which mi-i-Iced the nineteenth century. it spanned, the continents;
brought isolated settlements into., touch with centres of population, opened
vast areas to settlement, and made possible our highly developed industries
by providing tau means of transpoi tation of their products to far distant markets. It broke down the provincialism in which so many people lived through
making travel possible, thereby dissipating much of the ignorance and tius-
pieioii of other people and countries-which Qjgsvailed.
The automobile is now fuilher developing .and extending these "benefit*- to
Carefully    Prepared    Recipes
Tasty -Mea
One runs out of Ideas for a -simple,
[������apurisbingt. tasty  luncheon, especially
for a fish day or for warm weather
Hereunder is  a suggestion vcith re-
j cipes which have been  careiiilly pre-
{pared. =���, (~sm
X    Cream bl*.Green Pea Soup.���1% cu^s
'   -"-'     "j fills: Borden's   St.   Charles   Milk.    2%
"_-8   -      1 cupfuls    cold   "wate-*;     1   -teaspooni'ul
1 sugar;   "/_;  teaspoonl'ul scraped onion..
2 tablespoonfuls butter or butter substitute;   1%   tablespoon sfuls   flour;   3
teaspoonful  salt,. % =teaspoonful  pepper;  1 cup fuL canned or cookejl fresh
peas. -   Add the .peasj sugar and onion
to  the cold  water    and    simmer    for
twenty  minuses. -...7TE-hen' riib   through
a sieve;: add-the evaporated .ntili,'r.e-
"f heat and thicken With the flour blended with the butter and the seasonings.
Steamed Salmon with White Sauce.
���1   slice  salihon,  about  2  poiands;   2
hard boiled eggs; Parsley.     ..Once the
recipexfor white sauqe.     Wipe off the
saltnon with a da.'np cloth; lay it on a
well oiled- plate, dust lightly with salt
and pepper, and steam.for thirty minutes.    Then carefully remove the skin,
transfer- _the   fish   to   the   centre  of. a
medium   sized   platter,  surroxind  with
the white sauce and garnish whh the
egg cut in sixths... and'the parsley.
Custar-I Pie.���-%:cupful Borden's St.
Charles Milk; 1."4 cupfUls water; 3
eggs- 414 tablespoonfuls.sugar": .4 tea-
spoonful salt;. few drops nutmeg ex-"
tract; grated nutmeg; pastry. "Lihe a
deep pie plate with the pastry. Beat
together the- eggs; sugar, salt and nutmeg .extract, then pour in the evaporated milk and water. Mix well, pour
inter the lined plate, grjite over a little
Lea" Booth Finally Got
Relief Through Taking
Tanlac. _.
Bake   in   a   quicllc   oven- at
mankind.      To a greater extent possibly   than even Jthe railway, the motor
car is bringing city and country parts into closer touch and -understanding.
The average farmer of today is not isolated as was th-^case twenty years ago.
A day's journey to town by ji horse-drawn vehicle is now a matter of only two
or three hours, with all that this means in  service of all kinds to the rural - flrsfc to set the rim, decrease -the heat
liome' , .      , :'���'���-,..��������� -1 afterwards, as egg aa'd niiLl-c in  00m-
And the city man and his family, who tormerly spent their vacations "go- j btaationneed to be cooked at Low tern
lag by rail to other cities, are now io an in-creasing extent evesy year making ] nej-aj-m-g
use of their motor car to tour the country. "Week-end trips to the country
are a popular pastime, and picnic parties away from the city lor twenty, fifty;
one hundred mile's to beauty spots in the country are of daily occurence.
The country thus reaps tlie advantages of the city, and the city as enabled to
enjoy and appreciate the country. - ���-..,'" -,-'.'
The farmer has long suffered inconvenience and loss through lack of good
roads. Even lie diC not fully appreciate just how great was the loss thereby
sustained in the hauling of his.products to market, with the result that not.
"Since taking Tanlac I feel so lit it
sometin-fes seems like a dream for
there was hardly a day Jn 20 years
that I did/not suffer," is the striking
statement ofy-Geo."I_.^'("lies") Booth,
271 Perth St., Brockviile, Out., one of
the best known .farmers in Ontario.
'���'For'20 .years, up-to three years ago J
when I took Tanlac, I .suffered from
rheumatism in my arms, shoulders,
back and liips. go bad-at times I could
jiot lift ^niy arms to put my coat ons.: I
couldn't- even  write  my name  and  I
just limped about like a, cripple.
Many a night it looked like I would not
live to see daybreak "and once I was
laid up six- months unable to hit a lick
of work.
"Money could not buy the good Tanlac has done ine. It ended every sign
of rheumatism and built up my weight
16 pounds, and since then I have iiqJl
had a rheumatic ache or pain. If
anybody wants to know about Tanlac,
just let them - see Les. Booth." y
���^Tanlac is for sale by^all good druggists. "Accept no ^substitute. Over
40 Million bottles sold. <
]\rx,ri-o+a __��_
.    New Chateau at Lake Louise 1 Say^World Slowing Down:
Contract for the* reconstruction, on 1     The rotation of the earth on its axis
a fireproof -.basis,' of the wing of the
Cha.teau\Lake" Louise, recently burned, has been awarded to Carter, Halls
and Al dinger, of Winnipeg. The new
add!tion *~p"r6v��des for an increase in
the number of rooms and will be completed by June 1st, .1924, in time for
next summer's stourist travel.
��� {
is gradually slowing down, Dr: A. C. D.
Crommelin "told members of the British Astronomical Association. "In a
few hundred million years," he-predicted.'"the "sun will shine on one side
only, the other side will be wrapped
in.frozen darkness, and the moon may
vanish altogether."
infrecLuently he opposed expenditures necessary to the construction of good
x'oads and bridges. To an even greater extent, the city dweller wa*s'averse
to increasing taxation for the purpose of rural road building. The automobile has changed all this, and today both city dweller and rural resident 5s
clamoring for the building of good roads. "Hundreds of millions of "dollars
are being spent 011 roads and the farmers are reaping the benefit In reduced
cosls in hauling their products to market. '        ',.
Thus are ihe habits of people changing, and radical Improvements being
wrought in the economic Jife of the country. The automobile has, of .course,
also created new problems. Congestion of traffic in centres of population
is one of them, and cities lacking wide thoroughfares now find themselves in ]
difficulty, while in all the more populous cities, congestion In the down to ww
sections is so great that the most stringent trafl*.c regulation's and control havt-
10 be enforced.
.   ' f
The use of tli��~nioior car having become almost universal, the most serious
problem of all is the avoidance of accidents. Cars are driven by all kinds ot
people, old and young; those who are careful and those who are careless, even
reckless: nervous people and daredevils. Although the great majority are,
no doubt, careful drivers, one reckless person, having little or no regard for
others, may be responsible for much damage and suffering. There are the
'"road hogs/ and the "speed fiends" who sacrifice everybody to their own tle-
���"���irrs and selfishness. - -
Admit'in*- there are fewer accidents than would he the -case if the same
numbi-r of hor-so-driven vehicles were on the streets and roads, the number
or" momr accideats is" far groaier than it should be or there is any necessity
tor.      Ht'-jc* the importance 01' ihe Safely First campaigns -now being organized in <l_fiVrt:-:i" pans of the country, such, for exiiniple, an Ihe one in West-
ch.'-s-c-r County, N'.Y.      On June 1 last, th-e -.1 communities in the county jointly starr--,-! a Sa'ety Week compuign���a short., latonstvo "irlve'to impia-ss on all, >
re.sid��. r_-.H and  " i->ur i.-st h alike, with   the  necessity of -exorcising care.      During]
the v.-.-t-l. in tlii.-. county of 40y.-'>0u population, and through which 100,-OtiO 1110-
tor-'lnv-r''.i.v,-hi.-_*--s. p*_.--s every day ro and I'rotn Now York City, there was only
.ji".:- -l'Ti-h  and  -:-:i.\  -..'���rlous injuries, as compared  with  an  average of  IS per-
r,im-T   k"il'..i.l   - rtfit   month   during  -In.-   iireceuhjp*   four months, not   l.o"*n.ention
���i u mired.-: .-',-i'iou.Hi r Injur-'d.
Wlini i.s b-'ini. n<*cf.nnpli.-ili'*il in ^\"��*-sl(-lif^i<>i- County can hu repeated nil
,>vf-i- tin- country ii* sufficiently -'ru-rgerlc si>*_>s ai*�� lak��.>n id invpross on everybody tin* ;ilr>Ro!ni-- n��"*<jn*-ii y ot tin- .*r��*;i i.��-si. eure i>einit- exercS-it-d 111 view otVlhc
0h:in**���'.'d conditions, which the alnioHi."* -,:.iiivcr.---il use of tho motor car 1ms
brought into our pres*��ru-day -���Ivil|-*.r��iion. unci tlie Inflicting of drastic punishment nn ihorto who per.--.i--,i hi diss-t'^u nilng all laws und Ihe rlghis of others.
Clark's Canadian Boiled Dinner
A aomplete nieat and vegetable
course. Prepared from "Canada Approved" prim? bee": and a variety of
fresh vegetables with a tasty beef
stock gravy.      Simply heat and serve.
���'Let the Ciark, Kitchens help you."
Princesses."Jrr- Bli'sira'es-s .
There are now thirty-four Russian
Princesses in Englani engaged in
business, says .an English! correspondent. Strange to say, while many find
it hard to-make a living, these exalted refugees ail seem to prosper, al-
tiiough some of them can scarcely
speak a dozen woa-ds of. the English
language correct.'y. One charming
Princess sells puppies and -claims to
be making'a cool*��7,000 per annum.,
. Nights of Agony- come in the train
of asthma. The victim caunot lie
down, and sleep is driven . from his
brain. What grateful relief ts the
immediate effect of Dr. J. D. Kellqgg's
������Asthma "Remedy. It banishes the
frightful conditions, clears the passages, and enables the afflicted one to
again sleep as soundly and. restl'ully as
a child. Insist on the genuine at your
nearby druggist.
Tattooing  the  lover's  name   on the
wrist is said  to  havo  suppllonted tho
\ wrist-witch as a   fad nmomg 'English
I girls.
Hvlinard's   Liniment   for    Sprains   and
Bruises ..- '
A novel 1 .tanninee policy has just
been h-sued by Lloyd's mmlerwrIters,
II. insures againai death from exces-
Hlvt.  la tight tu* while In the theatre,      *
Young   Lady   (">  Mi-tint'. "Would   it
Ij.- po-ii-ibl*'
1 un*'""you've
>.-m\ r-hnns."
golnc* 10 c;ei
foi    you
II     to    il
a 'I'voit--
to   lal;'-   : lie   l'"'v'
for   my   hun bund
land*-e;��p".        I'lii
r,.r.i/.il    produrr ���>.-:
roffe*. eon -uoue." f>*.
four- lift Ii--
tlv world.
of    I In
Canada, In proportion to population,
lire- fewer dlvorcis than any of Ihe
F'"ii(.ll.s.li-."ipf'iil<iiig oounlrleH of Lhe
"Miller's Worm Pow'ders prove their
value. Tliey do not cauao uny violent
dlHturbances iu ttie sl.omsi._h, any pain
or griping, but do their woi'lc quietly
and painlessly, so Ihiit Line-de b I ruction
of the worms is linporcoptible. Yet
I hey are thorough, and l'rc.ii�� lhe first
done there Is Improvement In the condition of lhe HtilfereiViand a cessation
of m-ml.eHl-iilnns of Internal trouble.
ri  is ")'��r a 00 eti r
e.jjn   vow   to   HWI'.I
ii   Xiiias. t
ly lo regislni' 11 sol-
-till*  rnrui who  cuIIh
A Harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups ��� No Narcotics!
fiolh-rf       Fleloher'-i    CftTinrta    hrt*i
be^n In   uno  for  over 30  yenrs to ro-
11ov'< ��n��'ii.. ( -in>l <-lilh||-en fjf C',<mHt.i>x-
Uon, Flatulency, Wind Collo ntiil
2j_iin'i.o>-,��; ."ili.nj lu^ r<'-".''(-i-J.".!.r;T--.';2 :ir!"!-
IiiK "he*.0from. and. by regul.illiig tlim
��tom-ieh and IIowuIh, uldri tho uMltn!-
lAtli-in   r>.    fTomirl;
wlttMn'it  opiate-,
���alaliaIuru ot
*iiv_n-_   mi Pural   ulnou
'J'Ihj  yi-iiuUiu  ilaoarii
Cnl(_iu:y, jMbeiln, hi   snkl    Lo    have
more     JelephoiH':.     h\ -, 'pi'ttporllon     to,
populiiilon  than smypther coimmmlty '
on   the Amerieii'.ii conlIn��-iU.
Intern;. I ly and n.*/."; em ally H la Good.
Tlie crowning properly ol' 1")��'. Thomas-.'
r-.cleelrlc Oil hi Mint It con br*- used in-
lernaily for tunny complalnlt. nn well
um externally. r<.ir ��ori." I'lit'oul. eroup.
wtioopiiiK eou*.;!!, p.iihi.-> i-tu lie' elu's-il,
eolle unil many kindred nllmnenl*.' 51 h*.i*"
UUiillUcs that aire uiiHurpKMseil. A
boitle r>��' Il coiil Jt 1 i 11 fi- unci: Ihere is no
Ioh-4 In aVU'iiyH liuving II it Inmd.
Lsiiil year ne;iu-ly 700 ii*e'r,-iohi-i Wore
l.illa-d im Loudon kIi-mm-I at-i'tda-nlH,
w It 1 la* then.' were .'J/ti'iD ikii��-fn 1.1.I tieirl-
de'ii >.
M '; n ,i r,;3'.   Lir.'ir.��nL   If or  'Dr. ii't8rti'f f
sx    k.   iy   in'is "   '"
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. ���
September  Stock  List
Showing   Winnipeg   Warehouse   Stock, on" Kan-d: ready
jfor immediate shipment, of BAR IRON AND Ml LO STEEL,
It's not just custom that mijikes people
d with the "       ��**���*-
���*'",n and
It is a  good habit to
tolM �����S*'�� ^eala.  *!��-*-
" ' uc<i*iifc.   m��....---y;  ���-.    m^r���������������������������-g-,
jSrlm' 1W "* iiii..^LiMiaiii��Mliill|a"^*-**l���l^*ll-ftMil~*W
To Women Who Bo Their Own Work: Suppose
vyou cov.!d save six minutes every day in washing
liots and pans���^two minutes after every meal. In
at month, this would amount to "a saving of three
hours of this disagreeable hut necessary work.
This saving can he made by using SMP enameled
kitchen utensils, as their smooth sanitary^surface
will not absorb dirt or grease. No scrapings sconrinc. ov
noli shin k is needed when you use Diamond or Pearl Ware*
Boa]?, -"vatc-- ��nd n dish towel ia all yott need.  Ask fon
"A Face of Porcelain and a Heart of SlmeV*.
Three iltitshos: Pearl Ware, two coiita of pearly Krey,
enamel insole and but. Mam on d Ware, three coats, -Hi. ht: J
blue and white outside, white Hninif.    Crystal JWro/
throe contsr pure white inside and out, with Royal "Blhe
'tore Presenting A. Vision Of  1 Ke Prospercms JLJays Aneao  Provinces  For   JL he _. iAf es^ern  ���������^.l^.-,il>i(j.>.;M^.(i:������'������!-'(^..  Thar* the Canadian -west contains  .more than- two millions, and a half of  people has little or no . meaning to  those who cannot look back an the  days before yesterday. There may  be pessimists in the Dominion; but  . they are not to be fpund among those  whose lives have run parallel with the  development of the prairie provinces.  To realize by experience and observation what has happened, during' the  past .BCkyears west of the Ontario  boundary is to have a vision of the  Canada that is to be. * No one can Be  filled with other tha&lihe liveliest  hopes who is familiar* with our progress. ��������� "*  The story of Manitoba makes stimulating reading,  ^provincial autonomy, and a year^latei-  elected its first"representatives to the'  House    of    Commpns.      Among them  was ttie late "Lord Strathcona, then Mr.  Donald A. Smith, who began as a clerk  for the Hudson's    Bay    Company    fin  Labrador arid had ended life as a peer  of  the  Empire.       The     romance _ of  Strathcona'was really the lomance of  the west;   for in 1.871 "Winnipeg consisted of 27 houses in -which dwelt 2-4-1.  persons all told.      Today-iv is- el splen.-  dld city ot* 18p,000.;vTheTl������i"ovince. itself    was    ther*.    settled at but a few  points, and appears in the first census  as having a population of 25,228.      En  1-21,.-' ':��������� it k.y contained,    6ie.MX8.r       The  growth of Manitoba tells* the story of  the other western provinces.  . 7 Saskatchewan  &nd Alberta* did  not.  come- into the official reckoning until  1901, and in that year -they Register ed'  -a iolnt population.of 164.301.    Twenty  years later the figures were 1*345,964.  Duriug the same two decades, British  Columbia expanded from, a population  of 17^.,657 to 524,582;      It is impossible  to take cognizance of such growth iii  numbers  without  realizing    what    it  means in rising national strength, and  411, that, such strength implies. -   Qnly  withstanding the errors of the past.  Our potentialities are enormous. With  a^sense of prk_t_ in what we have done,  we should bare our~arms for the tasks  at hand, in the assurance that; adequate effort will inevitably carry us to  still.more glorious achievement.���������Ottawa Journal.  Natural Resources Bulletin  Srjia of Britain's Prenaier  Manufacturing Industries Are Increas-  .  ing In %hs Prah-ie Provinces  The Natural Resources Intelligence  Service of a.he Department ol" the Interior at Ottawa cays:  Whers "what are known as the prairie  provinces, Manitoba, Saskatchewan  In 187". it-.-wa-s. giy.eif and Aluerta, are considered, one naturally :. thinks of them as wheat-producing  areas. They have --so, often been referred-to as the .-*'Granary of. the' Empire" "that one is tempted to lose sight  oij^the fact that a -very considerable  manufacturing industry is growing up  In each of the "provinces. . . . ������������������  "���������''/The', fact ^ that in 1S22 the prairie  provinces produced $107,000,000 worth  of raw materials, finished products to  ihe value of $184,600,000, or an enhanced value of over seventy-seven  million dollars, places the manufacturing industry in the front rank ^as a  wealth producer. , -  Compared with the revenue derived  from - farm animals an d dai ry products'  manufacturing industry sho-ws a much  larger return to the western provinces.  The average -revenue from farm animals for the /five-year ^period 19.18..'-  /1922, wasy$45^33,000,::-and'from dairy!  products $48,950,000.  "Vegetable and animal products form  a very large proportion of the manu-;  facturing industry of the prairie provinces, and as the raw materials... for;  these plants are practically all. su_>-;  plied by the- western provinces, it will  be seen that manufacturing is-doing:  ���������a, large pai*t in upbuilding the. prov-  |he niyopic and feeble-hearted can fail  inees, iii bringiag in revenue, and- in  Nations Of Empire -A.ncl The  \\^ orld Should Go���������operate In  A  gricuitural Researcn  ii  w  i  orK  MALCOLM MACDONALD"  son ol the British Premier, who is a  member of the British uni* ersity. debating team which will compete  against Canadian and United States  university debateis  /'How many farmers know, anything f seience and practice? There are cer-  aiTout the remarkable structure of the , laiB- great problems common to large  soil they til'l, of its fascinating his- \ parts oE the e-mPir<- where the.experi-  tory, of the teeming population of IIv- ence oC ������ne past would be oC vaIue to  ing organisms that dwell in:ifs'dark   the rest"  recesses? How ~many know of the I "T^sts which ye have carried on  wonderful wheel of life in whleli: the I ���������lfe soils, yunder a- system of two  piant takes up simple substances and .!>'������ars- grain and one summerrallow  in some mysterious way-fashions them  .shows a decrease of thirty per cent, of  viuay  making   a  Beginning  Seed  Selection    and    Proper    Tiltage  Increases Yield  Per Acne "*"  For. twenty-nine years experiments  have been carried on at the Guelph  Agricultural College with- fourteen  varieties of winter wheat. Throughout this whole period an average yield  has been securec: of 44.5 bushels per  iicre, and the yield for the present  year Is "63.4 bushels. It may not be  possible to equal or even to approximate this average return under field  conditions there or elsewhere in Can-  v  ada, With winter: or spring wheat. But  the achievement serves to illustrate  Hie point that selection of breed and  seed, and cultivation are factors which  vitally-affect/production. Acreage is  net few' anv" means the thing which determines the possible size of the national crop, nor is it the weather conditions alone which keep the average  yield the country over at a figure less  than half that at lhe G.uelph College...  into foods, f>r men and animals: and  pack*- themywith energy,drawn but ot  the sunlight���������energy , which 'enables  us to mov^and work, to drive engines,  motor cars, and all the oilier complex:  agencies of modern civilization? No  bhe knows much of these things;-, but  if we knew more, and could tell it as!  it deserves to be. toldy we should have  a story that would m*_ke the wildest  romance of hunian imagination seem  dull by comparison, and would dispel  for ever the illusion that they country-  is a dull place to live in. Agrleultii*.*-  ^1 science must be judged not baly+Kgr'  its material achievements, but also by  its- success in revealing to ihe countryman, something of. the wonder and the'  mystery of the great open spaces in  wlticli he dwells."  Such was the conclusion of the presidential address delivered by Sir John  Russ.el to the agriculturaUseclion. ot  the7 British Association for the Advancement of Science. As aa agricultural scientist of note and director  of the oldest and most famous agricultural experiment station,' tha* ot  Rothamsted/ Sir John Was'" able to  give"utterance to. thoughts owhich^ in  one of less distinction,' might hgye  been condemned by narrowed minds  as   visionary    and sentimental.    'His  the nitrogen/ content ef prairie soils  duringa 22-year "period, and of 40 per  cent, during a 38-year period/* stated  Dr/ Frank T./ Shutt, of the "Dominion  experimental farms. "Generally  speaking, however, impoverishment ot  the *sbEi-.. has. not yet-.'goiie far enough  to reduce western grain yields. .yjThe  distribution of rainfall is probably ihe  most important single element in grain  growing on" the Canadian, prairies.  Most of- our western soils are still  wonderfully rich and;;.will continue so  f_r many years."-y'"7 / ' : -':���������''  .-'Dr. Shutt was doubtful of the value  of the summerfallow. "Its bad often  overshadows its good effects," he said,  "It destroys soil fibre, allowing drifting and a loss Of valuable surface soil.  It leads to a loss /of nitrogen and organic matter from the land. The introduction of closers and grasses between the grain crops and the substitution of hoe crops such as corn and  sunflowers- for the summerfallow will  "conserve fertility and "check soil drifting."  Made   Fortune Growing^ Potatoes  Englishman   Star-led   As   Laborer   and  Sold Business for Ten.Million  It    should  -_ot   always be assumed  that vall    the    b^-st    opportunities    in  speech was cnaracterisea by   breadth.i       ,���������__-,_        _ _,_.  ���������      j..    _    -,      -���������'���������"���������* _  .'..���������������������������     , _. ,> agricultural enterprise are ������n this eon-  of outlook, clearness* of thought,and ...       _        ��������� ���������_.-'���������     . ^   .   .    ^  i.  A  4.    *   -*-i������- -       -..7*1 ���������   ���������' . ���������       _-    ,    tment.. "Enterprise  and.m&ustry-.on  absolute frankness.   Where mvestiga-- l   ���������     *   ,.*-...... ...  the soil/are still: productive of wealth  in old-^ngland-^ri'" your,know >the.���������l^y/-  ....*r.,.,.. "/j^s":lan rasi*a.hce,--Wiiiiim7  v to;, be/stirred/ by'   the" vision    of    the  future.    Expectation rests on the solid  foundation   ot*  victorious   aecomplssh-  /^tent.  ///Fifty years ago the transportation  needs of Western Canada, were met by  . .She" ox-cart and the river barge. Today there are 20,237 miles of railway  west of Ontario, In the east there-  ^vas not a third ot* that mileage up to  1SS0; and, even as matters stand,- the  preponderance of railway trackage is  in the west. With that development  Of paeans���������of communication has come  a proportionate contribution to ihe;  commerce of the Dominion. "Political  power has al_o kept pace with population and tracie; so that a glance  backward at what has happened suggests both triumph and inspiration.  The retrospect justifies confidence  in the- days ahead. - There are hundreds of thousands of people still living in Canada who. can remember  when the western provinces were regarded as a hopeless wilderness. They  w.ei'e known us a fy&bitat of the buffalo and the .source of the .fur trade.  That they would one day, within the  ���������memory of. men and women then living:, become what, iihey ave today���������  populous, productive and self-contained���������was not even a dream. In the  face of such a vaHtly stirring romance  iti nation building, who would be disposed to put limitations on the Canada of another half century?  .Progress and deovlopment Invariably  bring their problems. We have not  been spared the common lot of nations  which forgo ahead." Growth Inyuiu-  ably brings elaboration nnd often  complexity. Rapid growth is frequently at the expense of,.'.thorough-1  nes.'-; and uh we have grown we have  inatle blunder.--. We blundered when  w,ii3' permitted theso very western'  province)", whlnh have ' eonlrlbilled so  much to-.���������bul"'national strength, ��������� to  over-estimate .thetr trail spor tut Ion  niiodH. . Wo ha-e milt!o other mistakes: But. il: ia Impossible to look  soberly and appralslnprly At otir ma-  terhil  advancement without  a ,.*"*( rorg  ���������   npi-teal to courago and cuterpvlse, not-  ���������    ���������  producing a finished product from lhe  natural resources with which tlie  western provinces have been so liberally provided.  tions  are  incomplete as yet" or .have  given  puzzling results, he said with-   ..,,.,,-.-.,..._    .;,  oat hesitation, "We don't know.'"    -.  >4lf    -^      up" >,.i_  .--,_, ���������- | Dennis, a very��������� wealthy, potato grower, *  -     4        .-..,.      One  interesting  and practical   sug-   h������ts ,^ite^c*_it^"^l_d;>_.t-_drt-_, in  It is a "safe estimate that -twice the j gestion   .which   ^e brought    forward- Lincolnshire, Easte  was   that the -nations   of   the^ empire \$eSirs oM ite was very wealthy, his son  and    the    world-should co-operate in  Wheat  For  Billion  People  Canada Can Grow Sufficient Wheat to  Feed the Empire  "���������' Professor George Rl Anderson, Dean  of the Facility of Engineering, Physics  and Photography at the University of  Toronto, makes the prediction in an  article' recently published, -in the  -Morning Post of "London, England,  that Canada alone will' raise sufficient  wheat for over one billion people. A  short resume of Prof. Anderson's article was sent by Canadian Priess cable  and published In part .-in the leading  newspapers of Canada as follows:  "Can Canada be surveyed without the^  conviction that 200,000,000 people can  live there in greater prosperity than  the 45,000,000 here?" Prof. Anderson  asks. ���������*  "Prof. Anderson's artlole in- the  Mornuys Post, is in refutation of  gloomy forebodings indulged in by  some of the scientists, at the recent,  meeting ip Torauto of tlie British Association ,fbr the Advancement of  Science with reference,to the world's  food supply ultimately being Insufficient to feed tho inhabitants of the  earth,!' '  amount of wheat could be grown on  the/sanae amount of land that1 is now  cropped in' Canada if there was a better selection ol'"*varieties and a more  scientific handling of" the~ operations.  Canaua~ is alread'.ra great whe^t-pro-  dueing. country. But its possibilities  "in that direction., are only in the process of-development. /And the settlement of land Bow-, unused is not "the  only way by which the present returns  can be multiplied. The soil and climate of the Dominfott are capable. ot  produciug as many bushels of wheat/  per-, acre as the toil and climate ot  England, and -vill do it when like  methods of farming are evolved undei-  pressure of increasing population. As  a. wheat-producing country Canada is  as yet only demonstrating what it can  do when the occsssion requires.-  nionton Bulletin.  -Ed-  It is the general rule or! Japanese  to have only one personal or "given"  name. . * .     : "''���������  agricultural research especially where  there  were   common   problems   to  be'  investigated.'v    "The   keynote   to   the  period of agricultural science on which  we have now entered is that it is be-,  coming more aiid more a period of co-  -operatlon betweer: men    viewing   .the  problem    from ' different    points    of  view.      Good individual work will, of  course, * always   continue  to  be^ done,  ibut the future will undoubtedly see a  gifeat expansion of team work.      The  team work should not be confined to  individuals  working' at  the  same institute.  "The world would gain greatly if co-operation such as now exists  between the Imperial College Botany  school and Rothamsted could be effected between other Institutions devoted  to agricultural science in the various  countries of the woj-'ld," said Sir John.  "The empire has  already its  conference of premiers;  why should  It not  have its conference    for   agricultural  SCOTTISH GIRLS. FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE  '^^^^ew^ir5"  Dal yea can Piroiaoia a  Ifeep y������nr*By������iif-|ea������. ei-mr And* MeaMliiy. ���������  WiJIo for Frwi Ej* Caret Hook.  steko-yfiQc-sciiIi. Ca..Q_*������iag Qlil* mmi,cuicomi.  ay t        -r ������        -1 r . -a  ,        Good Business Policy  j.���������.,, i- ���������  Smiling Optimism Is a Great Stimulant  To Trade  Optimism pays.     At least .one Ham-  J Iton stot'ekeeper, has found Unit it is  good business.'     Ho placed a card in  hla    window    reidinfy:'   "BuRlness    ia  Qood."     It attracted the attention''op  a tourist, who walked. Into the store  ond   .imule    a   , handsome    purchase,  "That hushi ess man," comin en ted: th e  tourist,  "has tho.   right    idGiv."     OI'i  course the 'business man- has lhe right  idea because he Ib wise in his day, A  Bmillng, optimistic business man Is a  stimulant to trade just ns a "cheery;  happy-dlapositioned   fellow  acts  ns a  tonic to tin. dullest of purtie's, *   N6th-  Jng prolongs n    buslnesH    dopre������sUm  more than tho iniJHtont"wall, "Things  are terribly dull."     Arid nothing vanishes huainoHM d^i-ression like a. smile  nnd an extra roll To the Fffifrl: sleevor-,  A few more "BusineHH is Good" Hlpjna  will     hulp     tremendaufdy,���������Hamilton  ii.Tnhr.  had "been Britain's potato controller  during the war, b*-t the father started  as a farm laborer, the-son of a farm  laborer, than wliich. there are few less  weaLth-producing tasks ������������������in. Britain. In  1S70 tlie inan^bought a- three-iacre field  and grew potatoes���������and had; his pile of  ill-luck and spoiled crops. But Den-.  nis stuck. He had real Ideas^ and  was early quite a reformer In farmi-flLg  methods, particularly in intensive, cu.-*,.  ,itivatton."  I    "Within thirty years of starting with  a capital of pluck and British gump--  tion, William Dennis became the owner and occupant    of    three    thousand  acres.      He had selling businesses at  King's   Cross and   Cbvent Garden   in  London, in New York, and other profitable centres. 7 He was  the British  "Potato King."      Two private limited  liability   companies   were* eventual!y  formed and by 1914 they owned some  6,000 acres of the finest potato land in  i the kingdom.     In the same year they  [purchased a further   estate   of   2,240  acres. ,   HaHways were laid    on    the  farms and modern machinery-was introduced,      in  1920 a  syndicate  pur-  chassed" the whole undertaking    for   a  sum reported to be about ������10,000.000.  When King Edward VII. was crowned  there were huge dinners given to tho  pooa-..     William Dennis gave 250 tons  of potatoes to help out the menu.���������St.  Thomas Times-.Tournal.  :      Oil Well At Wainwright  Completion -oK u ne".* well at Wainwright. Alberta, -which will produce  more than 500'barrels of oil a day. was  announced by the superintendent nnd  geologist of the "British Petroleum--.  Limited, at the jir-nual general meeting of the company held at "Vancouver.  ���������Shark ilesh lias always been considered a dulk-iu-y "by  tli������- Ja|i.-aio.-=a*.  ;,'Thp/'W<wi"'on'- nmnoli of tins Colon  Izatlon Department ol/tho Canatllnw  Pacific "Itnllwny,'' Glasgow, Is  rapidly creatliiK a reputation In Scotland for nUract.hitf the most eillcient  and expei'ionoo<l coijlt-generaltt for  domosflc service In C(intula. The num-  bor of In tore nl Ing '��������� jo. t'cra whlch1'thej������<*  ���������iirlH htivo. sent homo 'to t^c.hy.nttrottta  nbont Canada Is !lii������;best,'possible irlb-  , to the splendid    conditions    afforded  servant girls in Canada today.  As    a    rule,  tho- Scottish  do-mef-tic  doui-la;--- her wage hy going to Canada;  this Is an Important factor In al tract-  inK tho right typo of glii.     -No lieiter  pi-oor is afforded than thlw l-Jiologri-ph  which   shows  not  only, the  excellent  .physS-tlue.but/' the   j[w. raonnl. t-hnrmof  thoBO good Scots' ItiaaiOH who, HSVte their  foreruhner^fc^Jiu'.vo    ilone^j-p much to  Hunters  Don't negWet to take a hptile of  Ml-ard'a In the woods. The  universal remedy lor sprains,  bruises and cuts.  '"ifi-ini'-'i-wirr-n ���������p���������y-~^M.  ,'ute  to tho Wouuns Braucli- and aiBo! make otlr woi'iderful Cunada o.f today.  m*t������m*wnsm*M.umm r- Cnkp-'ifjf .fi-aSyf,^  ���������f>-  THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  Local and Personal  ������nkwb pob SAI.B��������� $_��������� a sack.  Lewis, Creston.  Fre'd  For    Rent���������Five-room    bungalow  nicely located.    F. H. Jackson.    .  Creaton school started on the winter  9.30 schedule on Monday morn in g.  8tov_5. Fob Sai^k���������-IcClaiy coal  "-seater. $12.    Ralph Clarke, Wynndel.  Fob Salk���������Draft and saddle horses,  well broke. Dowd Cannaday, Creston.  Wanted���������Strictly fresh eggs, also  waster pears. K.B. McKewen, Fernie,  B.C.  Eiatso For Sa^e���������Mason __ Risch,  only used four month*-. Mrs. d'Felaise,  Creaton.  PKGS For SALB���������Yorkshires, seven  weg}tt- old, $5 apiece. R. Stewart,  Alice Siding.  in" prime shape, will   deliver if desired.  A.  Weslafiff,-Canyon.    _ *  ������"_ -       ,* ��������� ' "fr* -������ ' ������_.   __������ ,n      ar     * ������_,  B.������s*ujr   iiuwnrUB  aj-a   _._-imj_,   juime    iS  ������a  visitor at  present,- the   gut-tt   of vhiB  sister, Mrs. "H- Christie.  fgQR SAlaBr-rlcopa rial -truck wagon,  in good * Bhu.pe- price s-������gl_t= McKav  BlacBEsrnith shop^ Creston*. **  Mrs. Cannaday left on Saturday for  X_imberley, having been hastily summoned there due to the illness of her  flora in law, -Ed. Gardiner.  Ihni  ,n ������_������#-������a_E. _*io<r<a������r  tenders win oe receivea oy  the undersigned not later than noon  on t_e 11th day-of November. 1924, for  the- purchase of License X673T. near  Eriekson, to cot 400,000 feet of "Saw-  logs.  Two years will be allowed for removal of timber.  Fnrther particulars of-the District  Forester, Cranbroost.  CowePoB Sale���������Some have ju-=t  freshened and balance wilt freshen in a  few days.    D. ]Le_.r month.   Creston.  C. O. Rodger-*, was a business visitor  at Calgary a couple of ������days the fore  p:irt"of the  week, leaving;  on Sunday.  _ Cockek__s Fob. Sale���������About th i rty  irtirehr-ed Barred Koek enefcerete from  splendid laying strain, $3 - apiece. G.  Cartwright, JSrickson.  For Sale: or RfEN_^-Fonr-a-ooni  house- and two hits, on Barton Avenue,  or will rent to satisfactory tenant.  Mrs. d'Felaise, Creston. '  Hocret- For Sai__���������Sis: room house  with cement basement,; with five lots,  situated nn Park Road, - will sell right.  Mrs. Cannaday, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin, Miss  Mary Goodwin and Mrs, A. Comfort  wore Spokane visitors a couple of days  the latter part of week, making the  trip by motor. -  Monday nest,is Thsnksg" visas ���������ii3"-i  a t*ta.tutiry Holiday, and all stores in  tow n wiii be closed, but. there will be  no observance of *������V t-dnesday naif-  holiday next week.  .-The Presbyterian l������adies' Aid remind  of their annual supper in   the Parish  -ri..������������     ���������.._.:.._..       *.~.-..    it    *���������*..   ������    ������V~l.  jrs_"s_       aarsSSf^BB&*.       It,.uf       w       ������.*      w      m. m....^....  Adwlfcs SO cents,   and   childa-en   -snder  eight years-25 cents.  J. H. Snneck, a Hi ties-rat fruit dealer, was hei-e on a buying- trip, Monday.  He was looking for crated apples at a  dollar a crate in -mail lots, but was  not unduly successful.  Of the Covered Wagon, which will  be seen at the Grand on November  28th and 29th. it has been well fluid  that "you've never seen .its like before;  ���������von"!I -never see it- again.**  Mr. and Mrs. Kirch and family,.who  have been occupying the residence at  the corner of Victoria Avenue and*  Hillside Road for the past two years,  left at the tirst of the week for Dover,'  Idaho, where they-will reside inuf uture*  ,������, ~- -. r V   v-|-OPr  Rev. i&7Wb.]*_c&ay of Cra������b?-on������  ana fair turnouts uddoid mprmuj. ~uu  eVening services at the _jh-esbyiei*ia���������  Church on Sunday,, in an ex cttft.������ge,<>f  ���������work with Rev. J. A. James who was  at the divisional city- foj* the Salibaih.  .The largesV turnout seen ib years  was in evidence on. Sunday ni^t'for  the harvest   thanksgiving Z'servlaSe"*' at*  Chni-h.       Ihe    service ,^wa������  Title Writing.. Contest Brings  Unparalelled Values  in  Art' Rugs  . t-  im OirgimBr  Stock of  New  Harness  *  Second Hand Store ih  connection  i mWLfi,ra.mWeiM  jQ&m������m   gayg^J UsSS^Si&SS   Rs**^STiStS  ~~ Owing to their whist^rive conajng  on tH'e regular meeting* date,. . the  November session of Creston Women's  Institute has   been   fixed   for   Friday  afternoon. No vem bet- 21st.  "WA3"-TH!iii���������Place In ������t--*Ly for ������ir-  attend-ng Ci-eston High -School who i**  willing  to work, for kin-trd and rooni  caTir,   c^ll.nn    B0H.aai.aa      _aaaa       ,,va      a^o,uaa I *a.*-jr  and Sundays.    Enquiie lie view Office.  The biggest crowd that hits ever  been out for the Methodist annual  dinner'was in Evidence ������i> Th-M*sd"**y  night for-the spread -������?("' the church.  The rash intake was m"Ih**-neighbor  boodof$8_i.     :  "Hallowe'en passed - off remarkably  ���������quiet this year. Beyond making off  with a few gates and soaping up the  windows in the business section tlu>  b'-ys appea r to have "had little "or no  fun Friday night.  After a steady run since early in  Jure the C.yO. "Rodg-ers- bos factory  closed for the season early Inst week,  and just at present the Iflwn t'nisses  the seven o'clock nnd, noonday  whistles  off the plant.  'SUPPLY  Christ  choral. Rev. H.' Varley * delivering   a  timely    address    and the    collection  generous.  Ci-eston Growers, Limited,  finished^  the season's .operations' at   tbe middle  of the wee**, when "a last shipment* -of  tfct-a.-- napa.-rttto-   wa_v-> -"_-*" _J*#%*_   *-Wo    *_*_*-*������-������������������*   *^*^  firsn lias shipped'almost 100 cxrs,.their  shipments of apples kieing close to  60.000 boxes. :,,.  -Cash repelpts ������t the Crests-BS o-Ssr*-*  of the.. ps*orinc*itt!. police wei-e B'Htbes  light last- month, the total intake"  being under $500. ^10- of this was on  hunting licenses. There was aa  Octoher demand for auto licenses that  account for *50.  y The first sum-- of the season made*  its appearance on Tuesday morninsr-  when about half nn inch of the slushy  sort Happened along after an all night  rain. - A forthei; *>upply came on Wed-  rtesday when rhe stnaii boy and hi������*  ���������leigh made tht'ir appearance.  The annual conference of the Women's Ins?iiui%es of Sootenay-Souadary  wili be held at Kelson on Tuesday Jind  Wednesday, November 18th and l0lh������*  Mrs. _Lyne V������f Creston .w ill be in charge  Of proceedings*, with Mrs. Boyd repre-  S^nting'the Creston Institute.  A gt-and. total of eij^ht person-���������  tliree of theiu ladies���������was in evidence  on Friday tiightr for the annual uwet  ing of.,Creston Valley Agricultural-  Association, which isad to b*-adjo.imed;  -until called by * the directors, which  will probably be-early-next yeaiv  .Co!-! mem. ing next Sunday, and  ������*very"sec((nd Sunday of the month  thei-ettfe-er. '.t&e -iwoi-ntttg nervicH* at  Christ Qhuieb wiii ^ be'"-'-styled fumiiy  worship sei vleei at' ttHicE ii e^eciiil  eff<jrt*W3li lie thade t6H?etj |i������������renta and  child .-en^to_at_end" chuB.*lf togctlssr. *-  R. B. Mcijeod, who has been ������n the  s-������les staff   at   the   Speers'   store   for  ���������Several years past,   left -on " Saturday  for Kellogg,  Idaho, where he will   be  located in  future.    He/'ba������r pui-c^based  a-i intea-esfe- in the Twifi^Ciiy Hardware  in that town and assiimes the iurtnage  ment   of   the ' businet^;    Along   with  great personal   popularity   Bob   combined ability as a sitlesfuan and. buyer,  and that he will *.ucc_^. in his newest  venture i-eemK nssiu������d|   A/ wide circle  of   friends'    in   Ci*est^:;. ia-stend   besft  wishes for success.  ���������   ���������-���������   ���������-...-��������� .      y.:x<il :  _. .    - The makers of the. wfell known Con^oleum  K������ij?s  have hit npon the plan of oondnot'!?1*". a "Tatls-W^riti'nsr.-  Contest in order to more  effectually, introduce   their  Hugs.  The contest closes   on November B%p. and anyone"  wishing to enter can seoiir*- entry   blankand all other  information from ue.    Everyone who  entfers the con  test will bo eligible   to^ buy   Congj|olein-a Art RuRt3 at  the following wonderfillly reduced prices up to the 8th.  9-1������ ft, $8.55 9i 9 ft., $12-75  CS^������71 fe     _f| ;^s  -j? A i__t -1.-  1������!  _L"?J,  9 XiOlft., $14.85  vXjogOi&uin pot_ems srs  niost artistic you can  possibly imagine^ There are simple designs for  kitchen: and hathrponi, rich Oriental creations. for  liyhigand dining rooms and dainty floral effects for  hed*-ooEn"B - '   -  CrolcT-Seal   Cbhgoledm   is   wonderfully   durable,  At regular prices it is a real -bargain.    At   the special  prices in effect   durirt*** the- Title  -Arj*jti!i*~ Oosstest   it-  represents unprecedented value's.  ������e jf\m 'SPEE  __i-  Our* shipment of fall books is here.  All the latest .copyrights*.by Ethel M. BeU9 George  Barr McCutJcheon,HendtypZandathers.    Erice  Popular Mepinni Editions. $1.  v^r   lr^^..^-^^-\^A   ;.y. ^   '  Have, us save you a copy of <uhumss,-or Soys  ���������m^  Annual. S3.7S per eopyr    _5������s*. ���������#j  ���������Jtftfm  mhiiAw*  Seaa,^������tew%5a  -r-*>  Readers, be sure to give this assortment  of books  the  Grain prices have fallen slightly.    We are expecting a  ��������� i ���������  Mixed Car of Wheat, Oats and  Barley direct from the grower  Thin wilt be a good ch-tnee to buy a winter'8 sup-.ly at reasonable prices.    Leave your order and take delivery from the car.  A tew bales of Blue Joint lefi9 at $1 per hale  Parity Flour.   Rolled Oats,   Salt,   Saffar;   Oyster Shell  CHAS   MfTRWTCf#���������  ^���������-* i S   IH   . *~     -ft     ~*-.- p>- _~ft-       ,_������VJil.   ~*.|   J     !Bg   Y^h      pfl   Tlat      pa   "({I   *_!    aff   ~"     rfl  -jbm issmssxnm  FAIRBAN KS-MOKSE  HOME LIGHT PLAN  THE DOUBLE-DUTY UNIT  Flexible   power  from   the   famous water-cooled, slow  speed Z engine.    Will run continually aw Kong its  required without overheating.    Operates 7 hour������  nn a <mHnn  of "r*fy*t������olf!ine or W,ro������*>-f.#*,  Power pulleys to drive other machines* eliminate motors.  Sold and aerViced in your own .difttrict hy  Aamturm  CHBVHOtKT MflTOrtf'AKH AN'P  TK.IJCKH  UA IIS  -*wgr  k<kr  Druggists & Stationers  '.i.ll:..-rX  The clsange of the weather calls Jor ai change ef cjotiiing  ��������� r  Wats^ii^a Uinderweaor f or Women and: Children  in Coml|inittion ^ in a variety, of weights.    Also  'li^Mer weights in Cotton, sleeveless, for evening wear.  yfy7//r'���������.���������'-/; '���������  .'l*.      ^   ��������� " '���������'['-'./r'  .    "      ��������� ' .   '���������;,,.   "    * ...   - '    :   .  Penman?s Hosiery includes the celebrated "Dependon"  1-1 rib for Boys and Girls in black only  o       Ladies^d Giris Hose in silk-and wool 1.00 to f 1.25, in severfil shades.  'M*eiiis silk aiiid wool and all wool Sox 65o to $1.00 per pair.  Wool Hosieiy for Women and Men  Our prices rule in Cireston as Montreal and Toronto.    <  ���������  See us tor Jwfen s snveaters ana Undenn&MBnr.   "*  If you Hnit hoc our lines of Yarn, including Cosey, CorticelU'S Australene,  Sylvergleam, Saxony and Fingering;        ��������� ��������� ���������        ���������        ��������� ''���������'���������'.  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